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My dog, Winston, is a loyal, fun, and bright companion. He sees me pray every night, and even waits beside me; but he does not have the capacity to pray. In the creation account in Genesis, we read how God created plants and animals after their own kind. But in the case of human beings, God did something different. He formed man in His

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In the Greek Olympic games of old, a unique race was run. The winner was not the runner who finished first. It was the runner who finished with his torch still lit. There are times in our lives when we feel like we just can’t continue in the race. These are precisely the times when the enemy loves to assault us to the point

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Have you ever noticed that when people are in love, they tend to forget everything else? Everything becomes secondary—cars, houses, money—nothing matters. It is all secondary to love. Then, when they fall out of love, as in a divorce, all of a sudden those things mean everything! They argue about all the little meaningless things they ever owned together. Each wants it all for

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A farmer and his friend went duck hunting. Eventually, they got to talking about the things of God, as they always would. “You’re always talking about these battles you have with the devil,” the farmer’s friend said to him. “It’s so silly. I mean, I’m not even a Christian and I’ve never experienced anything like that.” “Yes my friend,” the wise farmer answered, “but

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Andrew Murray, a famous pastor and theologian, said several important things about the tough times in the life of a believer. First, when you find yourself in a tough time, know that you are there by God’s appointment. Second, you are surrounded by God’s love even in the midst of the circumstances. Third, He is teaching you something and is training you. And, finally,

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Jonah the prophet ran from what he considered a difficult and abhorrent assignment from God, thinking he could escape to a place where he couldn’t be found. He refused to obey the Lord and he boarded a ship headed in the opposite direction. But God’s irrevocable gifts and callings were faithfully resting upon His servant Jonah, and He provided the drama needed to bring

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More than 90 years ago, the state of South Dakota commissioned a sculptor named Gutzon Borglum to select a mountain in that state where he could sculpt some figures from the Old West as a tourist attraction. But instead, Borglum sculptured the faces of four presidents on what we all know today as Mount Rushmore. The workers used dynamite to form the faces from

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And I said unto them, If ye think good, give me my price; and if not, forbear. So they weighed for my price thirty pieces of silver. And the Lord said unto me, Cast it unto the potter: a goodly price that I was valued by them. And I took the thirty pieces of silver, and cast them to the potter in the house

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During his reign, King Frederick William III of Prussia found himself in a bind. Wars had been costly, and in trying to build the nation, he was seriously short of finances. After careful reflection, he decided to ask the women of Prussia if they would bring their jewelry of gold and silver to be melted down for their country. For each piece of jewelry

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A few years ago, there was a fascinating article in Bloomberg about how the prices of some paintings are falling rapidly. As I read the article, I wondered just how much paintings actually go for. The most expensive painting according to Wikipedia was sold for over $300 million. It’s called “Interchange” by Willem de Kooning. Then, there was another painting called “Number 17A” by

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