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Easter Mysteries to Reconsider The Mystery that Saves Us From Ourselves

The Mystery that Saves Us From Ourselves Written by Susan on 27/03/2016 Series: Weekly Devotional Tags: Cross, Crucifixion, Easter, Jesus, Resurrection, Salvation For God did not appoint us to suffer wrath but to receive salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ. 32 more words

Why It’s Time to Reconsider Your List of Customer Loyalty Programs

Even if you do have a list of customer loyalty programs, you might not be clear on just how crucial they are. A good product that works for your customers matters when it comes to retaining loyal customers and getting new ones. 39 more words

PM to reconsider pledge to build a new settlement – report

Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu is said to be reconsidering his promise to build the first new settlement in 25 years, a pledge he made to the residents of the evacuated illegal Amona outpost. 370 more words

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Think DIY Wills are a Good Idea? You Might Want to Reconsider

If you are thinking that drafting your own will is a good option, maybe you should reconsider.  Although do-it-yourself estate planning products like wills and The post Think DIY Wills are a Good Idea? 22 more words

Gearing up in Warlords of Draenor | Urging them to reconsider

Back in April, Blizzard forced the shutdown of the 800,000-user-strong Nostalrius server, citing legal issues with allowing such unofficial servers that recreate how World of Warcraft existed a decade ago, before numerous expansions. 287 more words



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Angels are merely the entry level in the holy trinity of startup money. Proceed along the illuminated path and you’ll quickly be granted an audience with the wise venture capitalists. 2,734 more words

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Trump’s Revolution

From the New York Sun

One of America’s fastest friends — Andrew Roberts, the British historian — delivered quite a lecture at the Manhattan Institute’s Wriston dinner this year, we gather from the edition of his remarks that appears in the Wall Street Journal. 669 more words