How to be one in Christ

In 1986, remnants of a hurricane dumped more than two feet of water in parts of Oklahoma, causing the Arkansas River to flood and devastating large parts of the city of the Tulsa area.

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How to live with a heavenly perspective

Former Senator Dwight W. Morrow was on a train to New York City when the conductor walked by and said, “Excuse me, Mr. Senator, may I see your ticket please?”

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How to avoid falling into bad doctrine

Africa’s Victoria Falls produces a cloud of mist that is often heavy enough to impair visibility. Once a man was walking the path that skirts the giant gorge, and he noticed a sign on the rim but could not make it out.

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Why no task is menial

A tourist was visiting Italy years ago and decided to take a tour of several old churches. He came across one that was undergoing major renovations.

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The importance of dealing with bitterness

Underneath the ground of Belgium’s Flanders Field, one of the deadliest battlefields of World War I, a very dangerous and deadly secret lies.

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Are you loving others well?

Douglas MacArthur II, nephew of the great General Douglas MacArthur, was an American statesman who served as Counselor to the State Department under Secretary of State John Foster Dulles.

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How to avoid playing the blame game

There was once a manager of a minor league baseball team who was so disgusted with his center fielder’s performance that he ordered him to the dugout and assumed the position himself.

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Discovering real life in God’s Word

Anatoly Shcharansky, a dissident Soviet Jew, kissed his wife goodbye as she left Russia for freedom in Israel.

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Make your age an asset

Henry Durbanville wrote a book several years ago called The Best Is Yet To Be.

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How to deal with feelings of betrayal

No treachery is worse than betrayal by a family member or friend. Julius Caesar knew such treachery.

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