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Who Still Wants It?

Who Still Wants It?

“I am going to give this $20 bill to one of you,” the man said. Immediately he had everyone’s attention. “But first, let me do this.” He proceeded to crumple the bill. He then asked, “Who still wants it?&... Read More »

God’s Chesspiece

God’s Chesspiece

God doesn’t want you to try or pretend to be something you’re not and couldn’t possibly be. However, He teaches in His Word that almost anybody can be almost anything if they have faith and it’s according to His will... Read More »

New View

New View

A tour group was spending the night at a mountaintop resort, and most of the group gathered to watch the sunset from the terrace of the hotel. One man lingered until the last glow faded, and seemed thrilled through and through by the beauty... Read More »

The Real Winner

The Real Winner

I was watching some little kids play soccer–what most of the world calls football. These kids were only five or six years old, but they were playing a real game, a serious game. Two teams, complete with coaches, uniforms, and a small ... Read More »

Priorities

Priorities

William Gladstone (1809-1898) was England’s Prime Minister four times, and one of the most important political figures of his era. He was also famous for being an active Christian. Every day as Gladstone went up the steps of the Parli... Read More »

The Reason Why

The Reason Why

By Nyx Martinez:  When I closed my eyes, I could almost see a red and orange flame licking in front of my face. The raging heat of my fever was that intense. Why me? Why now? I wondered. The day before, I had suffered headaches. I suspected... Read More »

The Master’s Hand

The Master’s Hand

A mother once took her young son, who was just beginning to learn to play the piano, to hear the world-famous pianist Jan Paderewski in concert. After an usher had shown them their seats, the mother spotted a friend in the audience and walk... Read More »

Sure Cure

Sure Cure

Dr. Virginia Satir, in a lecture given to over 4,000 members of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, said, “Four hugs a day will help you survive the blues–but a dozen is better!” She went on to say that four hugs ar... Read More »

From Jesus: I Understand

From Jesus: I Understand

I understand the trying of men’s hearts–the despair, the discouragement, the desperation. I understand the pain of leaving loved ones, for first I had to leave My Father to go to Earth, and then I had to leave those that I loved... Read More »

The Big Rocks

The Big Rocks

An expert on the subject of time management was speaking to a group of business students. He stood in front of these high-powered overachievers, pulled out a one-gallon, wide-mouthed Mason jar, and set it on a table in front of him. Then he... Read More »

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