Monthly Archives: March 2013

CARPE DIEM

In a motion picture called “The Dead Poet’s Society,” Robin Williams plays the role of a teacher in an exclusive eastern prep school. On the first day of school, he takes the class of boys out into the hallway to … Continue reading

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A HIGHER PRIORITY

At the Olympic Games in Paris in 1924 the sport of canoe racing was added to the list of international competitions. The favorite team in the four-man canoe race was the United States team. One member of that team was … Continue reading

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AMUSEMENT

Think about the word “amusement” for a moment. Do you know what the word really means? The word “muse” means to think. When you put an “a” in front of a word it means the opposite. “Amuse” literally means, “not … Continue reading

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ACTIVELY LISTENING

Back when the telegraph was the fastest means of long-distance communication, there was a story about a young man who applied for a job as a Morse code operator. Answering an ad in the newspaper, he went to the address … Continue reading

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A SHINNING LIGHT

God needs our light where the world is the darkest. The reason: The blacker the night, the greater the need for a light bulb. If the bulb does not shine, it is not because of the darkness. Darkness cannot put … Continue reading

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THE HARRIS AND MOORE EXPEDITION THROUGH THE BIBLE

Remember to listen to the Harris and Moore Expedition Through the Bible tonight at 7:00pm CST at http://www.harrisandmoore.org or http://www.knowthetruthradio.org as we discuss “Dealing With False Teachers” This is a live call-in talk show discussing important current issues and vital … Continue reading

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THE PIVOTAL COMMAND

THE PIVOTAL COMMAND (Mark 12:28-31) INTRODUCTION A. In Mark 12:30-31 we have a very pivotal command for every Christian, a command that is at the very heart of Christianity. 1. If these verses are not engrained in our daily living … Continue reading

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