Monthly Archives: October 2018

THE SUN WILL SHINE AGAIN

Many years ago, a newsboy, thinly clad and drenched by the soaking rain, stood shivering in a doorway one cold day in November. First one bare foot and then the other was lifted for a moment and pressed against his … Continue reading

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THE KEYS

There are transitional moments in life that confirm something tremendous has taken place. One of those moments occurs in a teenager’s life and in lives of the parents of that particular teenager, when a mom or a dad gives to … Continue reading

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THE TRUE PATH

The story is told of a missionary who got lost in an African jungle, nothing around him but bush and a few cleared places. He found a native hut and asked the native if he could get him out. The … Continue reading

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FOR WE BE BRETHREN

INTRODUCTION Genesis 13:1-8 Abraham said that there ought not be strife between them because they were brethren There should be unity and goodwill between brethren This is one of the major difficulties in the church today – strife among brethren … Continue reading

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WALKING IN CIRCLES

You may know the famous story of Jean Henri Fabre, the French naturalist, and his processional caterpillars. He encountered some of these interesting creatures one day while walking in the woods. They were marching in a long unbroken line front … Continue reading

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A FATHER SPEAKS

I am a father and a grandfather, and believe it or not, I was once a youth. I have experienced growing up from two vantage points: 1) from that of a youth, and 2) from a loving and concerned father. … Continue reading

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