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Fear, Spelled R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Respect was certainly a part of the learning experience in our elementary school. It began when we entered the building each morning. As our principal waited inside the doors to greet us at the start of each new day, any boy who had forgotten to remove his baseball cap had ...

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Difficult Times As These

Have you ever been at your lowest or even saddened about what’s going on in the world today or just with life period? I ask this because my heart saddens each time I turn on the TV. Our younger generation is losing its way, families are against one another, violence, drugs, you ...

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Loving The Unlovable, The Different–And Yourself

Loving the unlovable is challenging at best. Even loving yourself can be difficult. Remember, Jesus gave His disciples what He called “a new commandment” (John 13:34). That commandment was simple, but difficult. “Love one another, as I have loved you” John 15:12, 17. We are living in times that love ...

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The Race Against Racism

Over the past few days the issue of racism has been on my mind.  I don’t think it was random, and I believe God put it there for a reason.  I mean, this is some serious stuff.  Just the other day, I remember reading about GAP being in hot water ...

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Fear: A Treasure?

False Evidence Appearing Real Often, this is what fear is:  something vague, somewhere in the distance, something deceptive that seems so real to our emotions.   We fear the very thought of so many dreadful things that could happen, though most will never materialize. The thought “what if” often brings with ...

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