Monthly Archives: July 2011


Attitude is important. It is so easy in our day for Christians to become discouraged when we look around and see so much unbelief and disinterest in spiritual things. But as Jesus said in Matthew 24:6, “See that you are … Continue reading

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Have you ever heard of the disease Encephalitis Lethargica? The disease attacks the brain and causes people to freeze like a statue, unable to speak or move. From 1915-1926, there was a worldwide epidemic of it. It seems to have … Continue reading

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Politically Correct But Biblically Wrong

I am not sure how many of you caught the headline yesterday about Campus Crusade for Christ’s decision to drop the name of Christ from the title of the organization. Bill Bright, the founder, passed away in 2003. The new … Continue reading

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I was perusing a great little booklet today that has been in my library for decades. It was written by Dr. O.S. Hawkins and is entitled “The Bible: God’s Inspired Word.” On the first page, Dr. Hawkins writes, “I wish … Continue reading

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4th of July Prayer

A friend shared with me this week a prayer written by Rev Billy Graham. It says a lot to us as we have celebrated yet another of our nation’s birthdays.     “Heavenly Father, we come before you today to … Continue reading

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