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One Life to Live

Une vie à vivre

par Dale Sanger À chaque période de 24 heures, il nous est donné 86 400 secondes à combler pour réaliser nos plans et nos rêves pour cette journée donnée. Chacun d’entre nous dispose exactement de la même quantité de temps – ni plus ni moins. Je trouve intéressant que nous nous plaignions souvent d’être très […]

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Joy in the Valley

Joy in the Valley

by Phil Callaway I’m known as a humorist, but sometimes life isn’t funny. Sometimes the mountaintops are clouded over and we are stuck in the valley. A recent Thanksgiving Day adventure showed me that there are cacti here in the valley, but I don’t need to sit on one. My attitude may not change my […]

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One Life to Live

One Life to Live

by Dale Sanger In every 24-hour period, we are given 86,400 seconds to try to fulfill our plans and dreams for that particular day. Each one of us has the exact same amount of time—no more or less. I find it interesting that we often complain about being busy when we are the ones who […]

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The Stuff of Life by Merrie Eizenga

The Stuff of Life

by Merrie Eizenga “So help me, if I have to clean fingerprints off this patio door one more time today, I’m going to scream.” The kids looked up wide-eyed as I stomped towards them brandishing my Windex bottle like a weapon, and in one fluid motion, they made a desperate dash for the front door. […]

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The Love Maze by David Wells

The Love Maze

Sorting through the oft-confusing ideas about the emotion called “love” by David Wells A young couple lays in a field. A shared gun has fulfilled their suicide pact. Life wasn’t worth living anymore if they couldn’t be together. They loved each other too much to live apart. A middle-aged woman walks away from her husband, […]

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Unlocking the Power of the Seed

Unlocking the Power of the Seed

Resurrection Power Works Best in the Cemetery by Michael P. Horban “The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified. I tell you the truth, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds. The man […]

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