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The Birth of Christ An artist once drew a picture of a wintry twilight, the trees heavily laden with snow, and a dreary dark house, lonely and desolate, in the midst of the storm. It was a sad picture indeed.…
Backsliders Do Not Bid Jesus Goodbye Mr. Moody once said, "A rule I have had for years is to treat the Lord Jesus Christ as a personal friend. When I go away from home I bid my wife and children…
Anxieties Like Iron Filings Joel C. Gregory recalls that when he was in junior high, "we did an experiment with iron filings on a piece of paper. When we poured the filings on the paper they fell into a disheveled…
Wounded for Me During World War I the Prince of Wales visited 36 severely wounded men in a hospital in the outskirts of London. The Prince and his escorts went through the main ward and shook hands with most of…
He Gave Up His Place When the government phased out its surplus commodity food program, one man went early to the last distribution to secure a place in line before the foodstuffs ran out. A few hours later, he was…
Would You? Once there was a well-trained carpenter who never asked for union wages; who never owned a home that he could call his very own; a brilliant young teacher who never asked for an increase in salary; a great…
Incomparable Carpenter Socrates taught for 40 years, Plato for 50, Aristotle for 40 and Jesus for only 3 1/2 years. Yet the influence of Christ's ministry infinitely transcends the impact left by the combined years of teaching from these greatest…
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