Archive for November 1999

Our Enemy–The Flesh (Part 1)

A plaque still hangs in a room at our church listing those from the congregation who died in World War II. When our children were asked by their school teacher to list any relatives who died in a military conflict, we had only one name to mention–my cousin, David. When there are minimal military conflicts…

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Look and Live

When I was a boy I remember having a close call with a snake. My friends and I were running along the shore of a pond and I was stopping from time to time to hurl sticks into the water. As I was frolicking along, I reached down to pick up a sizable one that…

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From Bitterness to Blessing

I remember a hot summer day when I waltzed into the kitchen to get a cool, refreshing drink from the refrigerator. When I opened the door, the appealing choice was apple juice, so I poured a glass. As I took the first gulp, I was in for a shock; instead of the sweetness of apple…

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From Glory to Glory

I recall that, when I was a boy, I had a picture of a sailor whose ship was on a stormy sea. An artist’s conception of Jesus was next to the sailor, encouraging him on the voyage. What intrigued me about the small card was the luminous cross in the scene. I would put the…

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To All the Saints

A film was produced a while back about Joan of Arc, the second patron of France. My daughter became interested in her and did some research. Living from 1412-1431, Joan of Arc became famous for her faith, visions, national loyalty, military heroism, and execution. In 1920 she was canonized–declared a “saint”.[1] The papal act of…

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