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It’s Fun To Be A Fool

It’s fun to be a fool, not really. You genuinely don’t have a care in the world. You do what you want when you want. Consequences: what are those? You live for yourself and no one else. You care not if you die or who you take with you. It’s ...

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Daring To Discipline

1 Samuel 2:29 Wherefore kick ye at my sacrifice and at mine offering, which I have commanded in my habitation; and honorest thy sons above me to make yourselves fat with the chiefest of all the offerings of Israel my people? Eli, high priest to the people of Israel. Father ...

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Dinner is Served, Spiritual-Style

In my family, we have two aunts who made wonderful cut-out sugar cookies at Christmas-time when we were kids. Beautifully decorated trees, angels, wreaths, and snowmen were displayed on platters at the annual party. Icing in red, green, blue, and yellow adorned the cookies along with sprinkles, coconut, and red ...

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Teens: Set Eternity In Your Hearts

eternity in their hearts, a sense of eternity, teens and eternity

The BMW’s speedometer read 180 kilometers per hour as we raced along the Autobahn. Mentally I tried to configure this to miles, and knew we were going well over a hundred. My German boyfriend had a fondness for going to dealerships and doing “test drives” on sports cars. I’d watch ...

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