Tag Archives: sin

How We Treat God

Someone once said that we treat God like we treat a policeman. When we are driving 70 miles per hour in a 55 miles per hour zone, we don’t want to see a policeman. But when someone is breaking into our house … Continue reading

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What’s On the Inside?

A couple paid $2 million for a luxury condominium in Weehawken, New Jersey and decided to do some renovations on the unit. What was discovered hidden in the dwelling shocked them. Behind the walls they found bottles of urine, rodents … Continue reading

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Devastating Fire

A fire that was started on September 2 has burned 76 square miles of forest land, including scenic land along hiking trails near Portland, Oregon. The fire has removed so much vegetation that authorities expect landslides and rockslides to come … Continue reading

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Bad Results

A recent cartoon of Dennis the Menace pictured the mischievous young fellow kneeing at his bedside for his nightly prayers. As usual, he had some confessing to do—“It was an honest mistake with bad results.” Some of our sins are … Continue reading

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Bitten

Virginia resident Rachel Myrick was recently bitten three times by an 8-inch copperhead snake inside a Longhorn Steakhouse. Myrick received the bites before she even made it to her table. She was briefly hospitalized for treatment. Myrick says that it … Continue reading

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Beware the Little Things

I have read that termites destroy more homes than earthquakes. If this is true, then perhaps we should re-examine our priorities about what is to be feared. Maybe we should pay more attention to the little things that threaten destruction … Continue reading

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Off Course

On October 31, 1983, Korean Airlines flight 007 departed from Anchorage, Alaska for a direct flight to Seoul. Due to an unknown 1 ½ degree error in the navigational system computer, the giant 747 jet strayed off course, eventually flying … Continue reading

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Conceal and Carry

When we hear the phrase “conceal and carry”, we probably think about someone who is practicing their constitutional right to bear arms. However, there is another way we can understand those words. It has to do with the way that … Continue reading

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Looks Can Be Deceiving

Advertisers sure do know how to make food look good to prospective customers. Pictures of luscious meals make people suddenly feel hungry, and often entice them to buy the advertised product. However, the item purchased usually doesn’t look nearly as … Continue reading

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Storm Awareness

A Canadian man appeared to be oblivious to the dangerous tornado looming behind him as he mowed his lawn. However, his wife, who took the picture, says that he was fully aware of the storm. He just reasoned that it … Continue reading

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