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He Does All Things Well…

I’ve written before about the little blond-headed boy who would have been my uncle if fate had not intervened on February 19, 1937. That is the day that little Jimmy died in the county hospital after a short illness due to food poisoning. His death affected all who knew him. ...

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Perfect Compassion

Dr. English lived in a small town where everyone was a neighbor and a friend. “Doc” practiced medicine as all physicians of his era did, through house calls and the medicines found in his little black medical bag. He faced bouts of Scarlet Fever and Measles in his littlest patients, ...

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Stop Keeping Others Past In The Present and Future

This is something we do so often. People make mistakes in their lives, they sin{we sin}, they seek God for forgiveness, and according to the scriptures: ”Jeremiah 31:34, The latter part of the verse reads,”….declares the Lord, for  I will forgive their iniquity and their sin will I remember no more.” ...

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The Caravan – A Crisis In The Making?

The caravan has begun to arrive at Tijuana, the Mexico town just across the border from San Diego. People are being provided temporary shelter at a gymnasium and sports complex. At the same time some locals are yelling, “Go home. We don’t want you here.” What is next? We will ...

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Is There a ‘Cure’ For Health Care?

I don’t pretend to know all there is to know about the health care, or insurance industries. I do know enough to know that it’s confusing and I would prefer to not deal with the whole process. Neither, however, can I accept that a little common sense and fiscal responsibility, ...

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