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July, 2022

  • 4 July

    Sin’s Mortality Rate

    unequally yoked, Christians paired with unbelievers,

    Dr. Robert Liston was a Scottish surgeon in the mid 1800’s who operated with unchallenged speed. He could amputate a limb in just a couple of minutes’ time. But like all other doctors throughout history, he had his bad days in the operating room. This is the story of his ...

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June, 2022

  • 28 June

    How To Pray Effectively

    People pray for many different reasons: for guidance, physical needs, wisdom, guidance, healing, and for resolutions in situations over which one has no control. I am facing a difficult situation soon that I am not looking forward to. It is going to require much wisdom. When praying for guidance it ...

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  • 27 June

    Obey For Today

    Life is full of things done in steps. At times, we can see the end from the beginning. At other times we do not—especially in matters of faith. Being obedient to what you know God is asking you to do requires faith as well as patience. Today’s world makes it ...

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  • 13 June

    A Place for Things

    Martha Williams was a beautiful southern belle with a wealthy father who had held on to his fortune during the Civil War, and loved his daughter dearly. In 1890, her beau had asked for her hand in marriage, promising to give her a wonderful life. As the morning of her ...

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  • 6 June

    Worry Like a Lily

    I’ve written about my great grandmother’s beautiful patch of tiger lilies before. I never had the chance to meet her, she was born in England in 1863. But the patch of bright orange lilies that popped up at the end of our family’s farm every June I remember well. I ...

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May, 2022

  • 30 May

    Be Continually Green

    One of the graces of the old south, the live oak, is always green. It has thrived for centuries, the moss dripping from its long branches adding to its charm.  Live oaks are as much a part of Savannah as the huge ships that roll into port everyday, and as ...

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March, 2022

  • 27 March

    Walking the Dog, And God’s Grace

    I often take our small dog for a walk. Because I live on a busy road with no fence he is always on a leash. Bo (the dog’s name) has free will to roam wherever he wants to, but within the limits of the leash. Without the leash he could ...

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  • 20 March

    I Met Jesus

    The following is a true story I interviewed my friend, Lori. The story begins with 68-year-old John Harrison. His heart beat had stopped for 20 minutes. The nurses thought about giving up, right before the monitor showed that his heart started to pump again. After John woke up, he told ...

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February, 2022

  • 28 February

    When History Really Counts

    When I was in middle school, I dreamed of becoming a historian. I was excited just to learn that such a profession existed. While my life took different roads, I am able to write about history today, sharing with others through stories of what happened long ago but should not ...

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January, 2022

  • 24 January

    The Long Wait for Justice

    1946 was a year of Polio in the United States. By August an epidemic was declared, bringing fear to neighborhoods all over the country as state fairs were canceled and public swimming pools were closed. A simple headache brought fear to the heart of the victim, starting a waiting game ...

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