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Golden Rule

I am sure that all of us have shopped at J.C. Penney at some time or other, but I want to tell you something that

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Being Hounded

Paul Harvey told a story about an attractive airline stewardess who was being hounded by two flirts – one at the front of the plane,

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Joan of Arc

As musket balls and canon balls flew, and the 15th Century French Army prepared to retreat before the dominance of the English one more time,

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Surrendered His Crown

George III of England, America’s enemy in the Revolutionary War, felt terrible about the loss of the colonies. It was said, in fact, that for the

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Responsibility

Brenda Goodine shares a story about her friend who decided to talk to her bright four-year-old son, Benji, about receiving Christ. “Benji,” she asked quietly, “would

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Lost In The Dark

Instead of trusting Christ, modern-day thinkers insist on using human wisdom alone for answers to eternal questions. The tragedy of this situation was graphically illustrated

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Not Funny At All

G. Campbell Morgan, in his book “How to Live,” told about a conversation he had after he finished preaching one evening. A man approached Morgan

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