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The Duel of Forgiveness

It happened on a summer day in 1882, an argument between two friends. Both men were wealthy, living in a midwestern city where enterprise was abundant for men who could handle the challenge. One was a landowner who had invested in his city by purchasing land for the development of ...

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Distracted Christians–A Weapon for the Enemy

According to the Christian Post, one Christian is killed every 6 minutes because of their faith. Take a moment to read that again. Does this disturb you? If it does then you are one step closer to knowing your purpose as a Christian. If knowing that others are being martyred ...

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The Rooster Will Always Crow!

Roosters have had a place in society for thousands of years. In America, they often bring thoughts of farm life in days gone by.  One imagines being awakened by their shrill crows long before the rising sun, thanks to their internal “clock.” The visitor to Key West, Florida, can watch ...

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Feeling Like A Leaf In the Winds of Sin?

Autumn was a favorite time for us as children. Although it meant the return to  classrooms for another year of school, it also meant a trip to the apple orchard outside our city. We would jump out of the car upon arrival and pick beautiful red and yellow apples from ...

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Leave The Boat

“…He called you out of darkness into His marvelous light” (1 Peter 2:9 ESV) Since the beginning, God remains the grand Initiator. He continuously pursues and invites us into a vibrant relationship with Himself. For instance, we learn about God’s interruption of Abram’s life, when He summoned Abram to leave ...

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