How you can be fulfilled in every way

Boris Becker, the famous tennis star, was at the very top of the tennis world.

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Serving God in the big and small

Woodrow Wilson was on his whistle-stop train tour of the U.S. when he was President of the United States.

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How to live out your faith in front of others

To curtail petty theft, Soviet authorities put up guards around the factories to search the workers when they left.

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The one who gave it all

Shel Silverstein is known for his children’s stories that often carry a deep meaning for people of all ages.

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Why you need biblical community

A severe rash prompted a man from a rural area to come to town to be examined by a local doctor.

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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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