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Prayer for the Lord’s Day

With his resurrection upon the first day of the week, Christ established a New Sabbath… and gave a new hope to the world. Continue reading

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I’ve Felt Worse…

Having someone to help you when you’re sick is a wonderful blessing. Having someone save you from Hell is even more of one. Continue reading

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Getting Rid of the Stink

As far back as I can remember I’ve had sort of a low-grade phobia about being sprayed by skunks. It was a well-formed fear, with lots of reinforcement. Continue reading

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The Smell of Dreams

After learning to ride almost before she learned to walk and having to give up her horse when she was fifteen, it took Randa forty-five years to get back to this dream. Continue reading

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Encouragement for Parents and Partners

Just love your family, every single hour of every single day of your life and devote yourself to complete imitation of the example of Christ in serving your family. Continue reading

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The Conjoining

What grace it is
to speak words of healing
to the aching wound, Continue reading

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The Execution of Justice

He walked stone paths,
stooped and wrote in the dust of human flesh.
Friend of leper and harlot,
often caught in the wickedness of doing good
on the Sabbath.
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