Monthly Archives: September 2011

REVENGE

Janine Brooks was a dental student when a man ran into her car and drove away. That was ten years ago. Her damaged car resulted in considerable financial hardship to her, given her student income. But the male motorist neither … Continue reading

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DON’T PUT IT OFF

In Vermont a farmer was sitting on the porch with his wife. He was beginning to realize how much she meant to him. It was about time – they had been married for forty-two years and she had been a … Continue reading

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WHERE ARE OUR TEARS?

One of my favorite movies is Saving Private Ryan. Not because it is an action-packed war picture. It certainly is that, but because it has a moving ending that speaks of one laying down his life for another. You’ll remember … Continue reading

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UNPLUGGED?

A man took his family to visit the Grand Coulee Dam. The first thing they noticed was that the visitor’s center was dark, even though it was a sunny day. They first thought the center might have tinted windows, but … Continue reading

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PROBLEMS

It was a sad day for her and every mother can identify with what she was feeling. Her son was diagnosed with poliomyelitis, a debilitating and crippling disease. His mother was rightfully concerned. She said to her friends, “My son … Continue reading

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NO WRONG NUMBERS

Jerry Jenkins tells the story of a man named Raymond who was awakened in the night by the telephone. As Raymond was making his way to the telephone, his thoughts immediately raced to his two married sons and his daughter … Continue reading

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SERVING OTHERS

An Orlando FL newspaper carried the story of a woman named Irene Johnson who was particularly dedicated to the Meals On Wheels program. The unusual thing is that Irene is 100 years old, an age when she might be expected … Continue reading

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