Monthly Archives: August 2010

TAKE YOUR MEDICINE

Isn’t it strange that for medicine to be good for you it must taste awful?  Why couldn’t those who develop the medicines give them a good flavor?  Do you remember the day when your mother would give you some concoction … Continue reading

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HE’S NOT MY DADDY

Real dad’s are the ones who stay home and invest their lives into their children instead of always searching for some other pleasure of their own. Continue reading

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WHEN A CHILD IS ABUSED

When God planned the family the whole relationship was intended to be one of love and protection.  Children come into the world helpless and dependent.  God gave the animal kingdom an instinct for taking care of their young until they … Continue reading

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GROANING FOR HEAVEN

What mental image do you see when someone talks about groaning for something that they long for with all their being?  For me it is the picture of a person craving something that is extremely important to them.  I can … Continue reading

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WHERE IS HEAVEN?

When we think of a person going to heaven our immediate picture is of someone going up beyond the clouds and the sky.  The Jews talked about the three heavens as being the first heaven where the birds fly, the … Continue reading

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Death and Then

Life is brief.  Even if the Bible said nothing about how brief it is, we would be aware of how quickly time passes.  Old age usually comes to the body much quicker than it does to the mind.  One of … Continue reading

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OPPORTUNITIES

In the preamble to the constitution for the United States of America it is noted that all men are created equal and that all are endowed with certain inalienable rights among which are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. … Continue reading

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