Monthly Archives: November 2021

Full And Running Over

     Probably most of us had an abundance of food on our Thanksgiving table and we likely ate more than usual and, like the turkey, were “stuffed.”  When there are so many good things to try, it’s hard not to … Continue reading

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In Everything Give Thanks

     Probably this coming Thursday many will sit around a table of abundance with family and friends and will give thanks for God’s gracious provisions.  Thankfulness is a marked characteristic of those with a Christian foundation and a biblical worldview.  … Continue reading

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The Great Mercy Run

     The spread world-wide of the COVID-19 virus has brought to mind a life or death race by dogsled that took place in Alaska nearly a century ago.  In 1925, an outbreak of the deadly and highly contagious disease … Continue reading

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The Bookends of God’s Redemptive Plan

     Obviously, nothing ever takes God by surprise, and that includes the rebellion of Lucifer and the other angels who followed him or the disobedience in the Garden of Eden by first Eve and then Adam.  From before the … Continue reading

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Be a Reptile Believer

     One of the unique things about reptiles is that they continue to grow throughout their lives and because their skin (or shell, in the case of turtles), does not grow larger, they shed their skin as they grow.  Snakes … Continue reading

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