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13
Jun
2021

The Foundation of Blessing

by Robert Morris

One night, a couple who were seemingly broken before the Lord came up to me. They were weeping almost uncontrollably. They said that the Lord spoken to them about giving away every penny they had. I learned that they had written a check ...

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06
Jun
2021

Early on in our marriage, Lois and I took a trip to Italy and stopped at the Tower of Pisa. It wasn’t much to look at, to be honest. Just a short tower leaning, and a lot of people leaning as well as they gazed or took some touristy photos. That’s it. I wasn’t...

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30
May
2021

The Napalm Girl

by Harold Sala

If you ever saw her picture, you surely would remember it for the rest of your life. It gained fame in the 1970s as an anti-war icon when a photographer took her picture as she was ...

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23
May
2021

The Little Girl And The Gift

by Joni Eareckson Tada

Holiness is often hidden—no, I take that back—is often showcased in a child. Take the time I was in an airport drugstore in Hawaii. Ken was at the ticket counter, and I was using the time to pick up a few last-minute gifts for friends. I found a clerk in one of the aisles who helped stack three boxes...

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16
May
2021

Who's Doing the Work?

by Jeannie Cunnion

I recently ran into a friend I hadn’t seen in a few weeks. I know she’s been going through a tumultuous time, so after some brief small talk I said, “Friend, can I ask...

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09
May
2021

It has been three years. Last night I remembered the final vigil, holding one of her soft hands with its delicately curved fingers while my sister held the other and we waited with each breath, both longing for her release and guiltily grateful...

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02
May
2021

Who Do You Think You Are?

by Bobby Petrocelli

ow do you see yourself? Be honest. If you were to look in the mirror for a good, long look, how would you describe what you see? The way we see or view ourselves is extremely important. It’s called our self-concept. Literally, it is the concept of yourself...

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25
Apr
2021

Our Temporary Home

by Jonathan Pitts

Growing up, I was an Eagle Scout, and my favorite part of being a scout was to go camping and to pitch my tent in all kinds of places. I enjoyed the sights and smells of the great outdoors and found peace and joy in nature. Whether it was the finger lakes of New York, the mountains...

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18
Apr
2021

Make the Most of Your Time on Earth

by Dr. Robert Jeffress

The apostle Paul said it this way in Ephesians 5:15- 16: “Be careful how you walk, not as unwise men but as wise, making the most of your time, because the days are evil.” In the Bible, the word walk is a metaphor for how you...

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11
Apr
2021

I’ll Never Be Good Enough

by Margaret Feinberg

The teacher’s words seared my ten-year-old spirit. I understood her underlying frustration. After all, I was hyperactive, easily distracted, and consumed more than my share of sugar. Oh, and I had a mega-crush...

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