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Tag Archives: faith

As a Child

It was Saturday evening when my mother-in-law, who lived in Southern California, telephoned to say that the ambulance was at their home. My father-in-law had …

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An Average Day

In the book Decision, Joni Eareckson Tada writes: Honesty is always the best policy, but especially when you’re surrounded by a crowd of women in …

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Climbing the Wall

“Ok! Ok!” Yelled out one of our guides. He was trying, without much success, to get the attention of our agitated group. Our group, all …

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The Pain We Feel

Pain is a one syllable word that seems to punch us in the gut with such force that it knocks out everything on the inside …

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The End of Sin

iBelieve: How Long a Punishment? | PDF Version Nothing makes decent people recoil in horror more than a sadist torturing his victim. Political and military …

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Questions that Matter

At the beginning of October I went with a very good friend of mine to Virginia to walk along the Appalachian Trail. He had invited …

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