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He came quietly—Like a root out of dry groundTo bring light out of darknessAnd lead the lost sheep back home.And when the world behold himIn the excellence of his prime,They despised him for his truth,But he still shared his loveWhen he was bruised and wounded.If many...

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A Role Reversal

As a reader, I enjoy a story which has a surprise and isn’t too predictable.  A good author knows how to draw the reader in and build fascination.  Few things do this like a plot reversal, when the story seems to be heading one way, but suddenly changes so the...

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The Lamb of God

"Abraham took the wood for the burnt offering and placed it on his son Isaac, and he himself carried the fire and the knife. As the two of them went on together, Isaac spoke up and said to his father Abraham, 'Father?' 'Yes, my son,' Abraham replied. 'The fire and the...

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On His Mind

With arms open wide, Jesus suffered and died; And not one word of revenge did He speak. With His flesh torn apart, we remained in His heart; He kept silent and turned the other cheek. And while He hung on that cross, we remained on His mind. He bore the sins of the...

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Price Worth Paying

Beloved saints, as we live in this hostile world streams of permissive modern practice of Christian faith comes as aloud, a clear call beckoning the church into the high, holy and heavenly life Christ offered two thousand years ago. The call of God today is a renewal...

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The Conditionals Game

My boys were playing a game yesterday that they termed "Conditionals." In the game, each player takes a turn offering a longed-for prize to anyone in the game who will accept their condition. Unfortunately, the condition is always on the negative side...For example,...

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