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Stand Still

We all live in a fast paced world where everybody is in a hurry to get where they need to go. We want everything right now. We go shopping and pick the fastest lane to check out. When was the last time you took time to stand still to focus ...

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When We “Skirt Around” God’s Borders

Noah Webster spent 28 years completing his 1828 Merriam Webster Dictionary, which includes many definitions based on biblical standards.  He believed that an earthly education without God’s Word was useless. One of the many words in his original dictionary is the verb skirted–living on the border of something, near the extremity.  And ...

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Milk and Honey, or Slavery?

For 50 years before the dawn of America’s Civil War, the people, places, and various hideouts on the Underground Railroad helped rescue slaves from the southern states, leading them towards freedom. The journey was filled with risks for both the slave, or passenger, and those offering assistance along the “railroad.”  ...

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Moses and Sweet Pea: A Look at Traditions

This merry time of year always brings thoughts of traditions past and present to mind. Moses and Sweet Pea are a new addition to my family’s annual tradition of selecting a live tree to cut and decorate. The little farm where we have picked out a tree each year for ...

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Who is on the Lord’s Side?

In life we have to make choices. Some of the choices we make can either be good or bad. Whenever you pick up a menu in a restaurant and order a meal they give a choice of two sides. The same is true in the spiritual realm. We can either ...

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