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Be Content, My Soul

When my grandchildren ask me what I did when I was young, I find my answers to be simplistic. In an age of electronic games, multiple sports teams, and personal phones that often isolate us from real human contact, telling my little people about roller skating with old metal skates, ...

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Thoughts for a New Year

Auld Lang Syne began as a poem, penned in 1788. It told the story of two old Scottish friends with a history together that was worth remembering. As they sat and drank a cup of cheer, they remembered the past with fondness, for old time’s sake—or in their native tongue–auld ...

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More Thankful than a Turkey

Thanksgiving is almost here. Soon it will time for everybody to get together and chow down on some bird and watch football. Even if football isn’t your thing, you may still check out one of the many parades across the nation or even get together with family and friends to ...

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The Graciousness of Pets

Every time I turn on the news, it seems like there’s so much unrest in America.  People are always wanting something better, or at least things their way.  Sometimes less is more and more is less depending on our perspective and how we want to approach life.  Just as the ...

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Bringing the Curses of God Upon Ourselves

Western civilization, the civilization built upon the foundations of the Christian faith, is dying a slow death. We are being punished for willfully turning our backs on God. Once we had the blessings spoken of in Deuteronomy 28 such as prosperity and having great nations; now we are suffering the ...

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