The MasterCard

The clerk at the checkout stand smiled broadly, her voice a bit too cheerful: “That will be $145.39!”I forced myself to smile back. After all, it wasn’t her fault that my grocery bill seemed to go up every week, no matter how much skimping I did! I reached in my...

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Bigger Than Our Questions

As I write this praise report, I can say boldly that God is bigger than all our questions. There is always an end intended by God for every question we may have (James 5:11). I realize as a Christian I have had the tendency, as we all sometimes have to think we don’t...

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The Large Exhaust Fan

Frank SanGregory of Tiffin, Ohio, was getting ready for work. He was on the afternoon shift so although his daughter Theresa and his almost-two-year-old grandson, Josh, were finishing lunch downstairs in the kitchen with Grandma, Frank had gone upstairs to shave....

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Spilled Coal

The dirty gray clouds hung so low it seemed you could reach up and touch them. It was spitting a few flakes of snow and the temperature was in the 20s.The winter of 1940 was cold in the mountains. It was a bone chilling, face freezing, penetrating kind of cold.Lilly...

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One Wrong Digit

Psalm 75:1,9 - We thank You, O God! We give thanks because You are near. People everywhere tell of Your mighty miracles. But as for me, I will always proclaim what God has done; I will sing praises to the God of Israel. (NLT 1996)A friend of mine who is a worship...

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Second Chance

When Thomas Stevens was 22, he had a serious accident. He fell toward a window, and put his arms out to break the fall. Instead, his left arm went through the glass and he severed most of its tendons and arteries. His then-girlfriend, Sarah, had the presence of mind...

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