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Invest in Your Time

  1. 23rd February 2019
  2. Justin D. Ridgeway

Would you like to receive $86,400 each day for simply living? What would you do with that large sum of money? Would it be overwhelming to you? Would you invest it by giving toward the service of others? Would it be squandered on personal pleasures and unnecessary possessions? It may surprise you that everyone is given this personal income on a daily basis from...

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Beware of the Dogs

  1. 19th February 2019
  2. Roger Meyer

Many have seen the warning signs on a fence or door: “Beware of the dog.” Dogs can be vicious and dangerous, even the snippy little “ankle biters.” Did you know that the Bible warns Christians to “beware of dogs”? Many of us love our furry friends. Dogs are often called “Man’s best friend,” and they are certainly wonderful companions and servants. Dogs serve...

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Is It Time for Us to Read the Owner’s Manual?

  1. 16th February 2019
  2. Richard Franz

When we buy something new like a cell phone, lawn mower or car there is always an owner’s manual that comes with the purchase. Not everyone makes the effort to actually read this manual. After all, it takes precious time away from us that could be spent experimenting and playing with our newly purchased gadget.

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The Aha! Moment

  1. 14th February 2019
  2. Roger Meyer

Have you ever had one of those moments where "the lights come on?" Maybe there is a source of true understanding that you just haven't found yet. Many have experienced what is popularly called an “aha! moment” when we suddenly understand something for the first time.

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A Lesson from Thomas Edison

  1. 12th February 2019
  2. Justin D. Ridgeway

Thomas Edison is to many one of the greatest innovators in history. He is credited with patenting the incandescent light bulb, phonograph, motion picture and many more inventions that have been useful to mankind. Edison’s inventions each faced many obstacles and setbacks; however it was through much resilience that he achieved success. If we are willing to put...

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Almost Persuaded

  1. 09th February 2019
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

Many wonderful quotations are attributed to Sir Winston Churchill, the great British Prime Minister who had such a profound effect on the 20th century. His irrepressible sense of humor, his tenacity in the face of great danger, his oratory and his writing ability set him apart as an influential historical figure. One quote he is noted for is, “Most people...

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Do You Believe in Promises?

  1. 07th February 2019
  2. Roger Meyer

We may have first heard about promises from a childhood playmate informing us we must “promise not to tell” before they tell us a secret. We also sadly discover early in life that promises are usually broken.

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Dangers of visual immorality

  1. 05th February 2019
  2. Jeffrey Fall

Society today seems inundated with visual images of human sexuality. You see it everywhere: ads in the newspaper, scenes on television and in movies, magazines, the Internet, and on the street—people wearing tight or skimpy clothing that screams, "Look at me!" It all encourages roving eyes and roving minds. Is all this perfectly harmless, or does it have a...

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Shields Up!

  1. 02nd February 2019
  2. Roger Meyer

The world is fraught with dangers of every description: robberies, murders, rapes and assaults occur in every venue, whether school classrooms and hallways, places of work, store parking lots, sidewalks, highways or homes. We all need a protective shield.

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Empty Shelves

  1. 29th January 2019
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

The words “Winter Storm Watch”—or any kind of snow or ice in the forecast—seem to trigger an urgent need for bread. I’m sure you’ve seen it. Within minutes of a wintry weather forecast, supermarket and convenience store shelves are emptied. Jokes are made about it and fun is poked at those who react this way to routine news for the season. It shows the...

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