Your words come back to you

There once was a little boy named Billy who got in a fight with another boy at school – and lost. Billy got home, and his mother told him to put some ice on his black eye.

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How you can help combat spiritual ignorance

In 1883 in Allentown, New Jersey, a wooden Indian – the kind you’d see in front of a cigar shop – was placed on the ballot for Justice of the Peace under the fictitious name of Abner Robbins.

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Struggling with thankfulness

Scottish minister Alexander Whyte was known for his uplifting prayers in the pulpit. That’s because he always found something for which to be grateful.

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What to do when you discover you’re wrong

A man awoke very early one morning to find a puddle of water in the middle of his king-size bed.

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Community

Most of us want to finish our lives having done something truly helpful and significant. And if we have put our trust in Jesus as our Savior and Lord, we want to finish our life in a way that honors Him!

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Making teamwork work in the body of Christ

People can learn a good amount from nature. One way we can learn about teamwork is by looking at bees.

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How you can grow a generous heart

A man was walking one day when he heard a woman screaming hysterically. He looked over to see she was kneeling in front of her child.

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How to avoid spiritual deception

An article years ago in U.S. News & World Report brought to light a very sneaky practice by some manufacturers of common household goods.

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How are we to treat the lost?

The great scientist Isaac Newton once performed an experiment that required him to stare at the image of the sun in a mirror.

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What’s the greatest hope of heaven?

New Testament scholar A.M. Hunter relates a story in one of his books about a dying man who asked his Christian doctor to tell him about the place he was heading.

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