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Satisfied to be Obscure?

He emigrated with his family from the country of Germany. The boat they sailed across the Atlantic was described as a sail boat, which no doubt made for a perilous voyage even for an adventurous young boy. His father believed in education, and saw to it that his growing family ...

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The History of “Casting Crowns”

The History of “Casting Crowns” Casting Crowns is a very well-known Christian rock band which has a sincere heart to glorify Jesus Christ and spread His Word to a lost world. They started in 1999 with Mark Hall as their founder and lead singer. Mark Hall is the main songwriter ...

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Immorality, Greed and Teddy Bears

If I wanted to destroy a nation, I would give it too much and I would have it on its knees, miserable, greedy and sick.    JOHN STEINBECK, letter to Adlai Stevenson, Nov. 5, 1959 It’s hard to believe that a child’s stuffed toy can point one towards simplicity and ...

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The Word of God is Never Void

God’s Word was here before the beginning of time. God and His Word are so intertwined that God honors His Word above His name. His Word is very important to Him because He cannot lie and every prophetic Word He has ever spoken will surely come to pass. (Prophecies that ...

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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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