Monthly Archives: March 2013

“GOOD FRIDAY”

There is a popular expression that is used to say that a person’s words or influence are felt beyond his death. We say something like, “His words speak to us from the grave”. Today is Good Friday and as we … Continue reading

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WHAT “DOES” MATTER

Chuck Lawless of our International Mission Board wrote this year’s Easter Sunday devotional for Open Windows magazine. In it he told about his first trip to the Holy Land. He said that more than anything he wanted to see the … Continue reading

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WILL YOU BELIEVE?

After the resurrection of Christ, Thomas said, “Unless I see in his hands the print of the nails…I will not believe.” Shortly afterward Jesus appeared and told Thomas, “Reach your finger here, and look at My hands.” (John 20:25-27) One … Continue reading

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“EASTER SUNDAY IS ALL ABOUT ANSWERS”

Easter Island is a rather remote piece of real estate sitting in the Pacific Ocean some 2300 miles off the coast of Chile. It is actually the eastern most island in Polynesia. It is famous for its large, strange-looking, prehistoric … Continue reading

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FOOTPRINTS

In northern Kenya, human footprints the size of a man’s size 9 shoe have been found. Some scientists believe that these footprints are 1.5 million years old. For the record, I do not concur with their findings, but play along … Continue reading

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THE EASTER BASKET

Most of us, including those of us who have never lived on a farm, are familiar with the old saying, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” Usually that is good advice. Financial planning, as an example, is predicated … Continue reading

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OTHER PEOPLE’S SIN

We hate sin, don’t we? Or do we? Several residents in a neighborhood were extremely upset at the reckless and fast driving in their quiet subdivision. So they organized a petition drive and demanded that the police patrol the area … Continue reading

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