Monthly Archives: April 2016

What’s YOUR Desire?

http://youtu.be/7eQ1cIf7N7I The Evangelist Dwight L. Moody shared this story: An inquirer once asked a student what three things he most wanted, and he said, “Give me books, health, and quiet.” He asked a miser and he cried, “Money, money, money.” … Continue reading

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The Problem With Pride

It is said that Mark Twain sat through a carefully crafted, dramatically delivered sermon one Sunday morning. Even though he admitted the effort, there was something about this minister that had always bothered him. The preacher seemed entirely too proud … Continue reading

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The Lamb’s Book of Life

I was looking through one of my files I have on my family tree. In it, I came across a copy of records listing all those baptized at my home church, the Brush Creek Church of God (Abrahamic Faith), Tipp City, … Continue reading

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‘Here’s Mud in Your Eye!’

An old idiom that is sometimes used in offering toasts is, “Here’s mud in your eye!” Though the origin and meaning of these words are not entirely clear, they are often spoken to wish someone a long, healthy life, and … Continue reading

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In Weakness There Is Strength

In Leadership Journal, Pastor Ben Patterson wrote about an experience he had one time that taught him about strength in weakness: In the spring of 1980, I was suffering great pain from what was diagnosed as two herniated discs in … Continue reading

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