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Fully Known

Their names are now known only to God. They were brave young men whose final earthly resting place is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.   They fought for the country they loved, one  in World War I, one in World War II, and one in Korea. These young ...

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Does God Get Emotional?

Ah … the rainbow of emotions! We can be green with envy one day, feel red-hot anger the next, or be overcome with the blues when we’re saddened. Sometimes, we may feel greens, reds, and blues in one day’s time! Whether it’s anger that pops up at an  inconvenient time, ...

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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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Reflections on the Emotions and Heartbreak of God

One thing that I am constantly amazed by is the incredible depth and beauty of God’s personality and emotions as expressed in the Holy Scriptures. I think all too often we can lose sight of how well God can relate to and understand how we feel as we experience the ...

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Young Orphan Demonstrates the Key to a Prosperous Life

Yet true godliness with contentment is itself great wealth. 1 Timothy 6:6 For many years, I have read this verse as: “Godliness + Contentment = the key to abundant living”. Recently, I began glimpsing another understanding:  Being content with godliness is the pinnacle of prosperity–the primary purpose of our lives.  Doesn’t ...

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