God’s Open Door Policy

Serving in the Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton, California, I tried to stay out of trouble, but all too often, I found my efforts unsuccessful. In March of 1987, I found myself knocking on the office door of the base commander after receiving an invitation. All right,...

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Christ Lives to End Our Worry

It sounds real odd and it’s hard to explain, exactly what happened to meFor one of God’s angels revealed some truths, my vision cleared to see In glorified white and all aglow, was God’s bearer of such Good NewsI’d heard the Gospel many times before, why me this day...

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Are You in the Way?

"And he did not many mighty works there because of their unbelief." -- Matthew 13:58It sure was frustrating.But, it turned out to be my own fault.Let me explain.I was standing in front of the television set trying to get a new DVD to play. Which turned out to be a...

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The Ant and the Feather

One morning I wasted nearly an hour watching a tiny ant carry a huge feather across my back terrace. Several times it was confronted by obstacles in its path and after a momentary pause it would make the necessary detour.At one point the ant had to negotiate a crack...

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Piet Hartog

I have to tell you about a boy who worked with me in the underground movement during World War II. His name was Piet Hartog. He was a very brave assistant of mine. I remember that one day we heard that Jewish children in an orphanage in Amsterdam were to be murdered....

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The Park Bench

Usually, I go straight home after work. But this evening, I find myself sitting here, on a park bench.My wife told me that I bring my work home with me and take my frustrations out on her and the kids, that I need to mellow out before coming in the door. That’s why...

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