Monthly Archives: April 2016

Corporate Prayer

Saturday, Apr. 30                                                       Corporate prayer is not practiced too much in today’s churches.  … Continue reading

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Questioning God

Friday, Apr. 29                                                            It seems to be a universal practice to … Continue reading

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The Untamed Tongue

Thursday, Apr. 28                                           The tongue is fenced in by upper and lower teeth.  When uppers and lowers are closed, … Continue reading

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Berean Checkers

Wednesday, Apr. 27                                                   Acts 17:11.  “Now the Bereans . . . examined the Scriptures every … Continue reading

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A Default Button

Tuesday, Apr. 26                                                        We live in a vast and complex technological world.  The … Continue reading

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Epitaphs

Monday, Apr. 25                                                         When Samuel Morse invented the telegraph, the first transmitted … Continue reading

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Multi-tasking

Sunday, Apr. 24                                                          In one of my nocturnal ruminations recently, I got … Continue reading

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