Monday, January 18 2021 - 3:27 AM

Story Harvest

Beautiful Spectrum

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They say that color is subjective; it really is. Humans are only able to distinguish a fragment of the spectrum, and dogs even less. So …

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The Need for Forgiveness

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With long strides, the Yul Brynner look-alike attired in an expensive business suit, rushed through the airport. Yet his briefcase is what caught my attention. Costly …

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Putting Away Christmas

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In many households, as well as mine, somewhere near the first of the year, the inevitable putting away of Christmas occurs. The holidays are over …

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Do You Love Me?

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I was in my very first days as a minister when my senior pastor asked me one Sabbath morning to visit someone who had called …

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Absent-Minded

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When Rudy, our firstborn, started college, I knew it was apron-string-cutting time, even though he still lived at home. But it wasn’t easy to do, …

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The Price of Compassion

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Have you ever thought about what has protected humanity from being destroyed? Maybe your first thought is love. But it is through compassionate acts that people …

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Trust in Him

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The doctor’s words thundered in my ears as I trudged across the gravel road. “Your days of driving your car are over—you have to stop …

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Learning to Forgive

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Five years ago, I got the opportunity to travel to Guatemala with some of my classmates. Thrilled, I raised the required money, doubled my efforts …

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Learning To See

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The number of times I have gone to the emergency room because of his accidents were countless. My brother broke his arm skateboarding when he …

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Embracing My Scar

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“Oh, look! Here she is! It’s the miracle girl!” I winced as the little old ladies at my grandma’s church rushed over to pinch my …

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