The Star in the Window

God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son. John 3:16During World War II it was the custom in the United States for a family who had a son serving in the military to place a star in the front window of their home. But a gold star indicated that the son...

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Beauty and Love

"Can I see my baby?" The happy new mother asked. When the bundle was nestled in her arms and she moved the fold of cloth to look upon his tiny face, she gasped.The doctor turned quickly and looked out the tall hospital window. The baby had been born without ears. Time...

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Are You Going to Help Me?

In 1989 an 8.2 earthquake almost flattened Armenia, killing over 30,000 people in less than four minutes.In the midst of utter devastation and chaos, a father left his wife securely at home and rushed to the school where his son was supposed to be, only to discover...

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A True Winner

Craig Saunders wrote about an experience he witnessed when he attended a Special Olympics for the Handicapped where several people from his church were competing. He shared how in the 220 track race there was a very fast runner named Andrew who was 50 yards ahead of...

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The Bus Driver

Thanks to Pastor Jim and the Net 153 Christian Magazine where the whole family can find health Christian resources.In Ireland, a busload of miners was on their way home from the mines. It was a particularly cold day, windy, with just enough icy rain to make the road...

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The Crutches

One day a minister received a request from a missionary society to preach a missionary sermon to be followed by a collection for a certain foreign field. The minister put his whole soul into the effort, encouraging the people to give cheerfully for the Lord's...

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Dying for Someone Else

If you can bear to do so one more time, revisit Jonesboro, Arkansas, on March 24, 1998. Go to Westside Middle School. Let your mind be there in the early morning. Children are laughing, making excuses about homework, eating lunch. But you are there before the fire...

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