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No Voice

William Sangster is regarded by many as one of the greatest preachers who ever lived. In the 1940s, his church in London was filled every Sunday morning and evening with over 3000 people per service. That would be a very … Continue reading

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Truth?

St. Anthony the Great, from Egypt, lived during the third and fourth centuries. One of the “Desert Fathers,” Anthony seems to have been a fairly quotable guy. My favorite: “A time is coming when men will go mad, and when … Continue reading

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Disconnected

I recently started reading a book entitled Refrigerator Rights. The basic premise is that in our society we are horrendously disconnected. The title of the book, Refrigerator Rights, comes from the idea that if you invited someone you don’t know … Continue reading

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This is the Last One — I Promise

One final post regarding politics. This is the last one. Really. C.S. Lewis once said that human beings live forever, while the state is only temporal. Because of this governments of any sort should have far less significance for the … Continue reading

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“My kingdom is not…” (Some thoughts on the election)

When Jesus visibly came to earth, He came to a setting that was a long way from a democracy. Roman rule was absolute. Caesar was not questioned. This wasn’t just not democracy; it was the antithesis of democracy. Yet, what … Continue reading

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What a Good, Good Father!

I recently read an article about the tragic collapse of a group of decrepit homes in eastern China. Apparently, the homes were built right next to each other. They were said to be of poor quality construction — a common … Continue reading

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God Will Prevail

Rein Uuemõis is one of the most amazing — and humble — people I’ve ever encountered. He is a retired pastor in Tallinn, Estonia. When he was just nine years old, his father was taken away to Siberia. He was … Continue reading

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