Monthly Archives: August 2011

IT’S A ROUNDUP!

Martin Luther once said, “As it is the business of tailors to make clothes and of cobblers to mend shoes, so it is the business of Christians to pray.” Men, allow me to invite you, no let me urge you, … Continue reading

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SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINE

Mention the name Jack Nicklaus and you immediately think of golf. He is the man who in 1988 was honored by his peers as Golfer of the Century. With his extraordinary skill and great strength, you might think his golfing … Continue reading

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LES PAUL

There is a story told about Les Paul, who was known as “the Architect of Rock and Roll.” He is also remembered as the inventor of the solid body guitar. In 1948, Paul’s passion for the guitar almost came to … Continue reading

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WHO DO YOU TRUST?

From 1956-1963 there was a television how called Who Do You Trust? It was hosted at different times by a couple of then famous television personalities, Edgar Bergen and Johnny Carson. In fact, this was the gig that led to … Continue reading

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70th FLOOR

One of the central attractions in New York City is the Empire State Building. Although it is not a new structure, it still draws scores of tourists every day. Such was the case when a little boy boarded the observation … Continue reading

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A GIVING SPIRIT

Wayne Dyer is a motivational speaker who tells a story about a woman who finds a valuable stone in a river. She places the stone in a bag. Later a traveler comes to the woman and asks for something to … Continue reading

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ENDURING HARDSHIP

“It has been said that you can learn a lot in prison- most of it bad- but there are some good things that can be learned during such a hardship. Just ask John Bunyan. In 1660, he was arrested for … Continue reading

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