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Lessons From My Cats

Lessons From My Cats By Steve Schmutzer Two small furry faces peered over the edge of the gutter and meowed a relentless volley of distress signals down upon me. One face was black and white. That was Thatch. The other was calico and belonged to Brandy. Neither cat liked being…

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I’m a Believer

I’m a Believer By J.L. Robb Everyone wants a ''sign''. Well, maybe not everyone. Some really do believe in God based purely on faith; but others who don’t believe, might if they just had a sign. I hear this a lot, ''show me the beef''. That was me 40 years…

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Worthy, Fearless, and Equipped

Worthy, Fearless, and Equipped By Pat Harrigan The enemy uses many tactics to keep us from sharing the gospel. Keeping our attention on worldly distractions is one tactic that we looked at last week. We'll shift now to see how he uses our egos to stop us from stepping out…

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A Today Without a Yesterday

A Today Without a Yesterday By Wendy Wippel The Greek philosopher Aristotle, who lived about 400 years before Christ, wrote a book entitled, Physics which popularized his theory that the universe was eternal. (Aristotle preferred to believe that the universe was eternal because that avoided the need for a God…

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The Proof God Exists

The Proof God Exists By Britt Gillette Many people claim God doesn't exist, and I often hear people say there's no proof or evidence to believe in God's existence. "You just have to accept it on faith," they say. "There's no evidence." This statement is made as if it's a…

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Fear and Pride

Fear and Pride By Pat Harrigan Two of the biggest reasons that keep people from considering the Gospel message, is fear of judgment, and self-pride. These hinderances to salvation become more ingrained as people grow older and they become more stubborn. Being conformed to this world and its philosophy, is…

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“Greater Love Has No Man Than This”

“Greater Love Has No Man Than This” By Whitney White Bill Genaust. A name unfamiliar to the world, yet his work is etched forever in the memory of most Americans. However, this American hero never lived to see the fruits of his labor or know his profound impact on the…

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Tiny Tunnels

Tiny Tunnels By Wendy Wippel A quick check of the internet reveals that there are no less than 39 films that have featured wormholes in their respective plots. A wormhole being a theoretical passage through space-time that could create shortcuts for moving around the universe. Wormholes, apparently are predicted by…

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Who Am I, Really?

Who Am I, Really? By Steve Schmutzer It’s Monday – the start of a new work week. I got out of bed this morning at my usual early time and I made my family coffee and breakfast like I always do. I got myself ready for the day. Per our…

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The 9th of Av

The 9th of Av By J.L. Robb The Jewish calendar is different than the modern calendar used by most of the rest of the world. Instead of 2018, the current year on the Jewish calendar is 5778. That date starts with the creation of man 5778 years ago and is…

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