Monthly Archives: December 2016

The E-Bible and Study

The word study may conjure up negative feelings from our school days.  We may recall pulling those all-nighters prepping for some big exam.  We likely have had some kind of study beyond our school years.  Whether it is work related or … Continue reading

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The Hand

Several years ago there was a popular song called “Daddy’s Hands.”  The song was very touching and referred to the hands of a father that could be soft or hard depending on the circumstances.  I recall a line in the … Continue reading

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He Suffered Once

We have all heard the expression, “No good deed goes unpunished.”  Have you ever suffered because of a good deed? I can think back on my life and remember many times I suffered for doing wrong, for making a poor … Continue reading

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