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GOD’S CHILDREN

Last month, in the United States, some celebrated Juneteenth. Juneteenth takes place on June 19th. It is the commemoration of the day when the last

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New Day, Same Old Trick

                                              If you’re like me and hang around Bible circles, chances are that you have gotten into a debate over one of the most famous

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Keeping the Appointment

I was preparing to head out the door for a scheduled appointment, and as usual, I did my checklist. Wallet? Check! Keys? Check! Computer bag?

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The Father’s Love

There was a time when it was seen everywhere. It was seen in basketball arenas, baseball, and football stadiums. It was seen in parks, and

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No Power

It was a bright sunny day. The temperature was a little hot, but the occasional breeze made it perfect. The person to benefit from this

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HELL NO!

He’s in the bed inside the tiny house that he’s lived in since his birth. Without a miracle, it seems that he will soon die

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Be Not Ashamed

So, you’re single and you meet someone. You exchange phone numbers and begin to talk. You have long, indebt conversations on the phone. Day in

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Regrets

The grim face of the Lieutenant Commander tells the story as he carries the motionless body of his commanding officer into sickbay. With a little

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When Bullies Attack!

Nowadays, people have so many different views and opinions, but there is at least one topic everyone can agree on. Everyone dislikes bullies. I guess

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Fear Not!

At the time of this article, the world is in the midst of a Corona pandemic. News agencies report there are millions of people that

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What I Want for Christmas

When traffic is heavy, people are rude, and there are three cars fighting for one parking space, you know it’s Christmas. When the radio stations

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Together Again

There is an old saying that goes, “There were only two things certain in life: death and taxes.”Unless Jesus tarries, I know the first half

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