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Destiny

A man recently went looking for his sow that had gone missing. When he found her he discovered that she had found a hiding place to give birth to six piglets. Ironically, the birthing site she chose was underneath his … Continue reading

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Are You Prepared?

I just read this morning that September is “National Preparedness Month”. The headline of the article I read said: “National Preparedness Month: Are you prepared for a disaster?” That rather ominous warning caught my attention, for sure! As I scanned … Continue reading

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A Spectacular Jailbreak

Acts 16 records a fantastic episode in the life of the apostle Paul. He and Silas had been falsely accused of committing some type of crime, when in fact all they had done was to minister in the name of … Continue reading

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Highway to Heaven

The above photograph taken from a spot on I-80 in Wyoming shows why this road is called the “Highway to Heaven”. It looks like you can drive right up into the clouds…and beyond! This picture serves to remind Christians that … Continue reading

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Narrow-Minded

Sometimes people accuse Christians of being narrow-minded. They say that followers of Jesus should have a broader view of moral and social issues. They even maintain that Jesus would not be so narrow-minded—that he would share their wider acceptance of … Continue reading

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Cheating Death

On Sunday, January 9, a single-engine plane in Los Angeles had engine failure during takeoff and went down moments later. The plane came to rest on some railroad tracks, the cockpit crumpled and the pilot bleeding from his injuries. Los … Continue reading

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Common Destiny

Not often does it catch us off guard when a person who is 99 years old passes away, but that is exactly what happened for many people when beloved actress Betty White died a few days ago. Expectations were high … Continue reading

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Some Assembly Required

One of the most dreaded phrases in the English language is this—“some assembly required”. Those words strike fear in the hearts of people who are not at all handy at putting things together. Have you ever worked late into the … Continue reading

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The Unhindered Gospel Message

The book of Acts concludes with these words about how Paul the apostle preached while under house arrest—“He proclaimed the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ—with all boldness and without hindrance!” (Acts 28:31). An overview of … Continue reading

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Looking for Someone Perfect

A preacher conducting a Bible study was trying to get across the point that no one is perfect. He asked the group if they knew, or had even heard of, someone who was perfect. One man insisted that he knew … Continue reading

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