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The Watchmaker’s Faith

“Faith is like radar that sees through the fog—to the reality of things at a distance that the human eye cannot see.”   Corrie Ten Boom   As World War II raged on throughout Europe, Corrie Ten Boom and her family could not put their faith in what their eyes could ...

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The Challenge of Extending True Forgiveness

“Forgiveness is an act of the will, and the will can function regardless of the temperature of the heart.” Corrie ten Boom Sometimes forgiveness comes easy: after a sincere apology or when an offense is small or unintentional. But anyone who has ever had to extend forgiveness for a serious ...

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Do I Have What It Takes to Face Persecution?

Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to suffer persecution?  Yesterday, I heard a Christian talk show host field a question from his listening audience. The caller asked, “I’m afraid that if I ever had to suffer persecution like some Christians in other countries, I won’t be ...

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“No Fishing Allowed”!

“You will cast all our sins into the depths of the sea” (Micah 7:19 NKJV). In 1800, the French Navy built a human-powered Nautilus (submarine) designed by Robert Fulton. Years later, a different submarine underwent routine testing and remained submerged twenty-four hours. Afterwards, the ship powered safely toward the harbor. ...

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Book Banning In School Libraries

Have you read any good books lately? When you walk into a library you like to be able to choose books to your liking. If a book is contrary to your tastes or it contains material you consider bad, you leave it on the shelf. That’s pretty simple, wouldn’t you ...

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