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Why Should I?

In an interview aired on May 19, former President Richard M. Nixon declared that when he was in the White House, he had inherent power to order burglaries, eavesdropping or other illegal conduct against American dissidents. He said, “when a President does it, that means that it is not illegal”. In other words, whatever a […]

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Morning

Adapted from C. H. Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening Meditations, the 17th of May, published by Zondervon’s, used with permission.  Editor Morning      “So to walk even as He walked”- I John 2:6 Why should Christians imitate Christ? They should do it for their own sakes. If they desire to be in a healthy state […]

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Imitation

Billy was a little tot of 4 years old. His mother was busily working in the kitchen as he contentedly sat in his favorite chair in the den. He sat very still for he knew mother would chase him out if she discovered his presence. As he sat there, his eyes lit upon the cigarette […]

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Thomas a Kempis

Thomas a Kempis was born in Kempen (40 miles northwest of Cologne) in 1380 and died near Zwolle (52 miles east northeast of Amsterdam in 1471). His paternal name was Hemerken or Hammerlein, “little hammer” (name given to him as a church father who rules and instructs others under paternal rule). Thomas was sent to […]

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Imitation

Billy was a little tot of 4 years old. His mother was busily working in the kitchen as he contentedly sat in his favorite chair in the den. He sat very still for he knew mother would chase him out if she discovered his presence. As he sat there, his eyes lit upon the cigarette […]

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In His Steps

In His Steps by Charles M. Sheldon. (The Judson Press, Publishers) This story was written in 1896 and was first published in the Chicago Advance, a religious week­ly, as a serial. The publisher did not know the condition of the copy­right laws and hence the copy­right became defective. As a re­sult, sixteen different publishers in […]

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