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Sticks and Stones: Satan’s Name-Calling Game

For over 170 years, children everywhere have chanted some version of “Sticks and Stones, “   first published in England,  in response to the hurtful words of another.   Sadly, this little rhyme  is proven untrue before too many years of one’s childhood pass. Hurtful words are part of Satan’s game,  and ...

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Perfect Measurements

A glance through history makes it plain; perfect measurements are as fickle as the fleeting ideals of a generation!  Sadly, both men and women have felt the pressure of falling short when measured against an ever-changing standard. And what better example than one’s physical attributes… Greek and Roman statues in ...

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Angry Letters from a President

When Abraham Lincoln felt anger towards another, he would often pen an anger-filled letter to the individual in which he would allow his feelings of frustration to flow freely. Once the letter was written, Lincoln would allow himself a time of regaining control of his emotions after which he would ...

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Putting a Pretty Spin on Sin

Before indoor plumbing the outhouse was a necessary fixture on the farm or in the backyard. Not only did the outhouse serve as an early bathroom, it was also the place where household garbage was dumped and the occasional alcoholic beverage was partaken of in secret. But the attempt to ...

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Re-defining Truth?

The attempt at re-defining truth is a part of our culture today.  But try as one might, those unconditional truths found in God’s Word will remain the same. One man who based his life’s work on the truths found in the Bible was Noah Webster. Well educated, Webster held several ...

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