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Sin Remedies: Do They Work?

“Cocaine Toothache Drops,”  “Cigares de Joy Cure Asthma,” Dr. Scott’s Electric Hair Brush—“hope for the bald.” In days of old, medicine was more often harm than cure. Imagine cocaine used to cure toothaches—even in children, or smoking cigars as a cure for asthma! Imagine using a hairbrush with a small ...

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The Solution to Porn Addiction

In his book the Metaphysics of Sex, the Italian philosopher Julius Evola wrote: “In periods of decadence such as the present one, sensuality develops in the dissociated form of simple pleasure. As a result, sex becomes a kind of drug, and the addiction to it is no less profane than ...

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The Real Message Behind “Merry Christmas.”

What does Christmas mean to you on a personal level? For some it is nothing more than a holiday for shopping and giving. Others see it as only a celebration of a historic religious figure. To those it is only head knowledge. Christians view it as a time to commemorate ...

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The Secret To Finding Everlasting Peace

Have you ever put a puzzle together and tried to force a piece where it didn’t belong? Or worse yet, have you ever done a puzzle only to discover that there was a single piece missing? Whether the puzzle was 25 pieces or 5,000, a missing piece ruins the entire ...

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Prayer Priorities Revealed in a Lost-n-Found Lifestyle

You name it, I’ve lost it! That’s the story of my life, and this week more so than usual. If it’s not my keys, it’s my wallet. If it’s not my wallet, it’s my phone. If it’s not my phone, it’s my ID. Careless? Maybe. Distracted? Definitely. Frazzled? Yes, that’s ...

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