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Surprise Reunion

I enjoy watching those surprise reunions between military personnel and their family members after they have been separated for a long time. A typical scheme is to have the returning enlisted person pretend to be the catcher at a baseball … Continue reading

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One Way

Roy Moore recently won the Republican nomination in the race for the U.S. senate in Alabama. Moore has earned a reputation for being a conservative Christian who consistently takes a stand for biblical values. This, of course, has won Moore … Continue reading

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Hypocrites in Church

Occasionally you will hear someone say that they don’t attend church because of all the hypocrites there. They don’t want to hang around with people who put on a mask and pretend to be something that they aren’t. They would … Continue reading

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High Drama!

A couple of television shows that I am currently watching have a common theme—saving the human race. Salvation is a show about a huge meteor that will collide with the earth in just a few months. The impact of this … Continue reading

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The Bible Builds Character

It is amazing how many people: believe that the Bible is the Word of God, admit that what the Bible says is important, yet rarely read what the Bible has to say! Hosea 4:6 warns, “My people are destroyed from … Continue reading

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Treasure Found

Mary Grams, of Alberta, Canada, feared that her ring was gone forever when she lost it 13 years ago. Grams, now 84, lost her engagement ring while she was pulling weeds at her family farm in 2004. One can only … Continue reading

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A Person’s Worth

Soccer star Neymar has just become the most expensive player in the history of the sport. A blockbuster deal that was completed Thursday sent Neymar from the Barcelona team to Paris Saint-Germain. The cost of the transfer? A mere $262 … Continue reading

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Pre-determined Course

There are a lot more deer in the area where I live than there used to be. They are beautiful creatures, and fascinating to watch, but they sure can do some damage to your car when they run out in … Continue reading

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Lost

Sometimes when people have a pet that gets lost, they put up posters in the neighborhood. These posters contain a picture of the pet and other relevant information, including a number to call in case you find the missing kitty … Continue reading

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The Importance of Baptism

Baptism should be a doctrine that unites all Christians, yet it has historically been a divisive issue. There are many different views on baptism, and some of these views are far from the plain teaching in Scripture. I wish people … Continue reading

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