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Angry Letters from a President

When Abraham Lincoln felt anger towards another, he would often pen an anger-filled letter to the individual in which he would allow his feelings of frustration to flow freely. Once the letter was written, Lincoln would allow himself a time of regaining control of his emotions after which he would ...

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Putting a Pretty Spin on Sin

Before indoor plumbing the outhouse was a necessary fixture on the farm or in the backyard. Not only did the outhouse serve as an early bathroom, it was also the place where household garbage was dumped and the occasional alcoholic beverage was partaken of in secret. But the attempt to ...

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Help Me To The End Of My Sin

“This I recall to my mind, therefore I have hope. Through the Lord’s mercies we are not consumed, Because His compassions fail not. They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness.” — Lamentations 3:21-23 Hope is given to us, for hope is needed as the battle against sin still rages within ...

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Caution: Sin is Infectious!

“We know nothing; we are at sea in a whirlpool of conjecture.”  Thomas Wakley, Editor of The Lancet, on the spread of Cholera, 1853 For centuries, the cause of infectious disease remained elusive while physicians struggled to find answers.   Beginning in the Middle Ages, poisonous, unseen vapors that reeked in ...

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The Look of a Lie

It was known as the “captain of death” for centuries, but Tuberculosis had a deceptive air of beauty on the surface. A Victorian woman was considered beautiful when her lips were ruby-colored, her skin translucent and pale, and her eyes bright and sparkling. But it was the look of a ...

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