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The Responsibility of Sharing the Good News

Christians have a responsibility, a responsibility to not just lead moral lives, but to spread the Gospel to all corners of the world, that was not a suggestion it was a command from Jesus Himself, as He said in Matthew 28:19, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing ...

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Good Grief? Is There Such a Thing?

Daddy’s been gone a little while now. It’s my 2nd Christmas without him. Two years without him calling on Christmas morning to hear the girls squeal with delight over Santa’s visit. Two years of looking at boiled custard knowing it will last that much longer now without him around. The ...

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The Weight of the World at Christmas

I bet you didn’t expect to find an intersection between Greek mythology and Christ–did you? For that matter, would expect to see a connection between the chaos of politics and the peace of Christmas? The iconic Christmas passage, other than Luke 2, is doubtless Isaiah 9:6: For to us a ...

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Ask Your Soul: Why So Sad?

It’s not usual for a song to come to my mind completely out of the blue.  It happens all the time.  This morning, however, the song that invaded my thoughts was quite an unusual one.  I was sweeping the floor, and to my recollection, I wasn’t thinking about anything in ...

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Choose to Magnify what is Right in Your Life

Dictionary.com defines magnify as: “to make greater in actual size or to enlarge.” What are you magnifying in your life? God’s blessings and goodness or all your difficulties? What you CHOOSE to focus on will become larger. Our problems become larger as we mull them over and over again. A ...

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