Hope Is Not Beyond Our Grasp

The Unsinkable Ship

At the time of the sinking of the Titanic, one of our great American preachers was in Belfast, Ireland. The Titanic had been built in Belfast, and there was a great local pride over the mighty, ship. She had been heralded far and wide as "the unsinkable ship."...

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Hand of Hope

The picture appeared in the November 16 edition of "The National Enquirer." It should be "The Picture of the Year," or perhaps, "The Picture of the Decade." It won't be. In fact, unless you obtained a Copy of the paper you probably will never see it. The picture is...

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Hopeless Situations

Dinah Shore said, "There are no hopeless situations -- only people who are hopeless about them." Case in point: Morgan Rowe. Some 30 years ago, when he was only 11 years old, he lost his left arm and much of the use of his right arm. It happened when he fell off a...

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I Call It Hope

TIME magazine once reported a story similar to ones we have heard numerous times before. In this case, it concerns itself with a woman in rural Florida (USA) who was recuperating from a lengthy illness. She enjoyed sitting on her front porch in her wheelchair and, on...

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The Little Girl Dared to Hope

As Amy Hagadorn rounded the corner across the hall from her classroom, she collided with a tall boy from the fifth grade running in the opposite direction."Watch it, Squirt," the boy yelled, as he dodged around the little third grader. Then, with a smirk on his face,...

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