Monthly Archives: May 2010

“Duty, Honor, Country”…Then and Now – May 27

“Duty, Honor, Country”… Any student of American history knows who said those words.  They were spoken by General of the Army Douglas MacArthur to the cadets of the United States Military Academy at West Point on May 12, 1962.  On … Continue reading

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The Story of the Sweet Old Fisherman – May 25

“Our house was directly across the street from the clinic entrance to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.  We lived downstairs and rented the upstairs rooms to outpatients at the clinic.  One Summer evening as I was fixing supper, there was … Continue reading

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Hope on a Horse – May 19

In the Summer edition of Proclaim Magazine back in 2002, I read a sermon by Michael Parks entitled “Hope On A Horse.”  He wrote about our hope in Christ Jesus being imminent.  He spoke about eschatology.  Eschatology is the study … Continue reading

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People Are Watching – May 18

In 1805 a number of Indian chiefs and warriors met in council at Battle Creek, NY to hear a presentation of the Christian faith by a Mr. Cram of the Boston Missionary Society.  It is said that Mr. Cram made … Continue reading

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Persistant in Prayer – May 13th

I was reading this morning in the Easter Edition of Our Daily Bread. In the Tuesday devotional for Week Three the author writes about prayer.  He uses Luke 11:1-13 to admonish us to “keep on keeping on when it comes … Continue reading

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Churchmanship – May 10th

The idea of “churchmanship” is not new.  But it is kind of like the old preacher who said one time,  “We need something that is so old it would be new if we found it!”  Churchmanship is kind of like … Continue reading

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Honoring & Remembering – May 6th

This Sunday is Mother’s Day.  It is a special time of honoring and remembering.  We honor the mothers that are yet with us and we remember the mothers who have gone on to Heaven.  I believe it is important to … Continue reading

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