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Passing On What Was Delivered To Us (Lord’s Supper Message, I Corinthians 11:23-26)

Several years ago there was a couple who was driving on a remote stretch of highway in Florida, where there had been a number of crimes committed in recent days. Unfortunately the couple had car trouble and got stranded, and … Continue reading

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Would You Tell Jesus To Leave?

“And they began to implore Him to leave their region.” (Mark 5:17) Seriously? What kind of people would ask Jesus to leave their midst?  Actually it might be much more common than we might first think!

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Quotes & Illustrations from G. K. Chesterton’s Orthodoxy

Chesterton’s classic book is a gold mine of illustrations and quotes.  Following are some I gleaned from my recent reading, arranged in alphabetical order – with my favorite “Laugh Out Loud” lines from the book at the end!  Balance Man must … Continue reading

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“The Democracy of the Dead” (G.K. Chesterton)

Proverbs 11:14 is noted for its adage: “In abundance of counselors there is victory.”  But there is a source of counsel that many in our proud age, which generally adheres to the credo that “newer is better”, neglect.  Our generation is apt … Continue reading

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