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How to Choose Your Eternal Court Summons

How to Choose Your Eternal Court Summons

You’ve been served. You have a court date. Such words bring either fear or relief depending on the circumstances. For those seeking justice, they offer long-awaited and hopeful consolation. But for the accused, they prompt fear and a scramble of legal due process....

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Why on Earth Would Dust Celebrate?

Why on Earth Would Dust Celebrate?

What would make dust celebrate? Crouched in a musty corner of a Middle Eastern tomb, I watched as family and friends hurriedly embalmed him, muttering about an approaching deadline. What difference do deadlines matter now? The yellow, reddish-marbled, limestone walls,...

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Why Does Divine Healing Seem Elusive?

Why Does Divine Healing Seem Elusive?

The four injections to my spine almost made me swear (no worries, I didn’t). But I did inform the doctor he was off my Christmas list. Over six months ago, I started feeling sharp pains in my lower back, throbbing / tingling down one leg, and numbness in the other. It...

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Who Do You Want Released?

Who Do You Want Released?

“You have a custom that I should release someone to you at the Passover. Do you therefore want me to release to you the King of the Jews?” Then they all cried again, saying, “Not this Man, but Barabbas!” Now Barabbas was a robber. (John 18:39-40) Release can bring...

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Out-Loving, Out-Serving, Outstanding

Out-Loving, Out-Serving, Outstanding

Loving is serving, but not all serving is loving. The motives behind serving determines whether or not it is loving. My wife and I recently participated in a small group study discussion on dating and marriage relationships. As each person shared his or her thoughts...

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Freedom from the Porch of Weakness

Freedom from the Porch of Weakness

“Do you want to be well?” What? Do I want to be well? I bristled at the question. What kind of insensitive thing is that to ask of someone in my condition? Who did this stranger think he is? He does not know me—why would he presume there was something wrong with me!...

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