Celebrate Easter daily

A little girl named Heather was enjoying the church service one Easter Sunday, when the time came for the boys and girls to come to the front to hear the children’s sermon from the pastor.

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Nothing inside

Each year, millions of Muslims visit the Green Dome in Saudi Arabia to see the tomb of Mohammed.

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Why the Church will win

Shortly after the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, the famous Communist leader Nikolai Bukharin was sent from Moscow to Kiev to address an anti-God rally. For an hour, he abused and ridiculed Christians and their faith.

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How to increase your spiritual endurance

Dick Wade, a sportswriter in Kansas City, wanted to find out how much “action” really occurred in a regular baseball game.

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What growing older really means for you

A new member of the bridge club showed up one afternoon wearing a beautiful gold locket. Another player approached her and said, “That’s such a lovely piece. Do you keep a memento in it?”

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Is superstition ever okay for Christians?

For centuries, well-educated and literate people thought it to be of the utmost importance to get out of bed on the right side.

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The priceless value of the gospel you carry

One foggy night in London many years ago, a poor man shuffled into a quaint little music shop on the edge of town.

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What it means to give your life for Christ

The chaplain walked in and saw the soldier lying on the bed. The news was bad. His leg had been terribly injured and had to be amputated. Now, it was up to the chaplain to break the news to the wounded soldier.

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How to find joy in every circumstance

The famous English architect Sir Christopher Wren was supervising the construction of a beautiful new cathedral in London.

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How you can rejoice in the midst of loss

One night in December of 1914, a fire in West Orange, New Jersey, claimed Thomas Edison’s manufacturing facilities and with it, almost $1 million worth of equipment and the record of much of his work.

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