Monthly Archives: June 2013

Freedom & Forgiveness

Galatians 5:13, “For brethren, ye have been called unto liberty: only use not your liberty as an occasion unto the flesh, but by love serve one another.” (From the 1599 Geneva Bible) 1 Peter 2:16, “Live as people who are … Continue reading

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The Illusion of the Two-State Peace Solution

As we keep an eye on development in the Middle East, we see that at this writing U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Dohar, Quatar meeting with foreign ministers of 10 other countries supporting the Syrian opposition. His … Continue reading

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Fatherly Training

            Caring fathers do their best to teach their children the difference between right and wrong. But sometimes kids just don’t understand the point dads are trying to make.             For example, a father was trying to teach his young … Continue reading

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True Trust

Can you trust people to keep their word? Can you trust your preacher? Can you trust your doctor? Can you trust your lawyer? There was a man who was on his death bed and he called the three men that … Continue reading

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Heaven & Reality

What if heaven is real? This was the question on the front cover of Maclean’s Magazine three weeks ago, May 13. Sub headed, “Why so many people─including scientists─suddenly believe in the afterlife,” the magazine featured an article by Brian Bethune titled, … Continue reading

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