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  • Designed by God

    Unimate was the first industrial robot, invented in 1961, to work with heated die-casting machines on the General Motors assembly line. The 4,000-pound robot performed tasks that humans could not safely do, such as…
  • Conclusion of the Epistle

    Martin Luther wrote these words about the doctrine of justification by faith: “If faith yields on this point, the death of the Son of God will be in vain. Then it is only a fable that Christ is the Savior of the world. 
  • Boasting Only in the Cross of Christ

    In their hit song, “Hallelujah for the Cross,” the Newsboys sang: “Up to the hill of Calvary / my Savior went courageously / and there He bled and died for me / Hallelujah for the Cross / And on that day the world was…
  • Sowing a Life that Pleases God

    “A man reaps what he sows” is a biblical truth reflected in this often-heard poem, which shows clearly how little things add up to big things: Sow a thought, reap an action. Sow an action, reap a habit. Sow a habit,…
  • Restoring One Another to Gospel Living

    In No Other Gospel, pastor Josh Moody wrote about Galatians 6: “I used to think that these final verses of the teaching in Galatians were just helpful, practical instruction, but actually they are what the gospel looks…
  • Devotion for Dec. , 2011

    The heaviest pumpkin ever cultivated in North America was grown in 2015 in Illinois by farmer Gene McMullen. Weighing in at 2,145 pounds, the pumpkin took 93 days of patient care to grow, according to McMullen. The…
  • Acts of the Flesh

    In a Renaissance drama by Christopher Marlowe, Doctor Faustus sells his soul to the devil in exchange for 24 years of power and pleasure. During these years, he sometimes thinks about repenting. In one of these…
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