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Lost In the Dark

One of America’s favorite pastimes seems to be that of railing against the darkness. We disdain the unjust acts of politicians who lie and line …

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God’s Time Bomb

Sabbath is God’s sticky-note reminder that time is on our side! Thats a pretty audacious thought, given the fact that everything we do is measured …

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Enough is Enough

Americans have been hoodwinked into believing that more is better than enough. In order for the economy to be healthy, we’re told that our markets …

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Benevolence

Benevolence is a word that we seldom hear used today. It means that someone who is benevolent has a disposition to do good and to …

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Tasteless Christians

The word “savor” describes an experience that is pleasing and welcome. “Whether it’s a feeling of joy or a piece of pecan pie — when …

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Religion and Politics

Ready to Learn Religion and politics represent two different worlds; two different kinds of power. History clearly demonstrates that when governments try to mix politics …

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Word Construction

Jesus said a life well lived is one that is anchored on stable words. Human words are fraught with uncertainty and instability. Promises made today …

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Who Is My Neighbor?

The essence of true Christianity is showing supreme love for God and impartial love to our “neighbors” (Luke 10:25-37). Upon learning this, many feel justified …

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Close, But No Cigar

In the wilderness of temptation, after forty days of fasting and prayer, Jesus was surprised by an angel who said he was ready to assist, …

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