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  • I'll Pray For You

    How often have you responded to a friend’s troubles with these words: “I’ll pray for you”? I know I have. Even though this response might seem overused, we should never forget what a significant privilege it is to offer…
  • You Are His Treasure

    I find the public television show Antiques Roadshow fascinating. Guests wait in long lines holding assorted items: statues, paintings, china, and even old military weapons. Antique experts scrutinize the condition and…
  • When Following God Gets Discouraging

    One of Moody’s early students was Mary McLeod Bethune (1875–1955). Mary’s parents, Samuel and Patsy McLeod, were former slaves in Mayesville, S.C. Everyone in the family worked picking cotton; Mary was the only one of…
  • The Battle Is the Lord’s

    I grew up in the Midwest, and I have not been to many battle sites from the Civil War. But I have been to Gettysburg, Pa., where the Union and Confederate armies battled for three harrowing days in 1863.Today, you can…
  • Our Prince of Peace

    Peace is something we all desire, but it is rarely seen in the world around us. If I were to ask you to choose one word to describe 2016, I am pretty sure you would not say peaceful. We have seen too much terror, a…
  • The Weight of Worry

    About ten years ago, I tore the biceps tendon in my left arm. I decided to go ahead and have surgery to reattach the tendon because I was scheduled to fly to Europe for a conference. When I returned for a post-op…
  • Strangers in a Strange Land

    I grew up in Millard, Nebraska, which at that time boasted only about 1,000 residents. As a child, I could ride almost anywhere on my bike without supervision, and I knew practically everyone in town. It was a place…
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