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Once upon a time, a bright star appeared in the heavens. Increasing in brightness with each passing night, its details soon became visible to the naked eye during daylight hours. 361 more words

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Hand-Crafted Days

Friday, May 19                           

Reading in The Grace of God, The Bondage of the Will, chapter 1, written by Raymond C. Ortland, Jr., I learned something about Ps. 194 more words

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Christ and Prophecy

Thursday, May 18

Rev. 19:10.  NIV,  NKJV, and Lucado.  “For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.”  These three translations agree and no doubt accurately reflect the Greek text, but still leaves the meaning of the passage obscure.  148 more words

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A Changed Clerk

Wednesday, May 17

  John Bradford was born in 1510 just before the Protestant Reformation.  He became a clerk under King Henry the 8th.  By this time the Reformation had spread to England King Henry himself espoused it and led England away from the Roman Church.  187 more words

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For those remaining on the surface, the scattering of survivors and the passing of a generation had a profound effect. Isolated from one another, the dwindling enclaves of humans filled in the holes of their culture and history with whatever was left available to them.

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Experiential Christianity

Tuesday, May 16                       

True belief means that we will act on it.  If we don’t act on it, it’s not real belief.  If I believe the chair will hold me, I won’t hesitate to sit on it.  177 more words

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