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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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Trouble in Paradise

Adam and Eve lived in paradise, and then they had to go and mess things up—not just for themselves, but for the whole human race. Not only did their sin get them kicked out of the Garden of Eden, it … Continue reading

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How Does Your Garden Grow?

There is a local legend about a fellow who, many years ago, was amazingly meticulous about keeping weeds out of his garden. As the story goes, he would hoe his garden early every morning and then offer boys in the … Continue reading

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Cumulative Effect

In 1984, a Saint Louis woman noticed a few bees buzzing around the attic of her home. Since there were only a few, she made no effort to deal with them. Over the summer the bees continued to fly in … Continue reading

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Careful What You Think!

Dieters sometimes feel that just thinking about food adds inches to their waistline. Dr. Alan P. Xenakis, author of Why Doesn’t My Funny Bone Make Me Laugh?, says dieters may be right. In certain people, thinking about food increases their … Continue reading

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Dangerous Thirst

In one movie some men were shipwrecked and left drifting aimlessly on the ocean in a lifeboat. As the days passed under the scorching sun, their rations of food and fresh water ran out. One man ignored all previous warnings … Continue reading

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Smelly Business

I heard about a couple of fellows who had separate run-ins with skunks that proved to be quite unpleasant. The first guy was riding on a lawnmower close to the woods when he got hit by a shower of stink … Continue reading

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Consider the Damage

The Gatlinburg, Tennessee area has been devastated by fires that have ravaged much of the Great Smoky Mountains. More than 14,000 residents have been displaced. Over 15,000 acres have been consumed by the blazes. It is estimated that over 700 … Continue reading

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Anger Management

“Anyone can become angry—that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way—that is not easy.”—Aristotle. It is not a sin to … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood Donors

Planned Parenthood has recently received many donations in the name of Vice-President-elect Mike Pence. This is an interesting development. Pence, a conservative Christian, would never give money to Planned Parenthood, since it is the largest provider of abortions in the … Continue reading

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