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My Musical Adventure

From the time I accepted Jesus as my Savior, at the age of 18, I had a very strong love for vocal music. I knew I couldn't sing -- I had heard a recording of myself and it was horrible. But nonetheless, the desire to hear music, sing music, learn to play music was...

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Using Our Gifts and Talents

After I taught a class on spiritual gifts, a young man came to me and asked, "Is my gift prophecy or exhortation?"Knowing him very well, I was careful as I responded, "I don't think either one is your gift. But if I have ever known someone who has the gift of helps,...

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Different Gifts

"There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but the same God works all of them in all men." - 1 Corinthians 12:4-6Ramon Piaguaje, a Secoya Indian born and...

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Someone’s Skill at the Keyboard

My wife loves antiques. L don't. (I find them a bit old.) But because I love my wife, l occasionally find myself guiding three children through an antique store while Denalyn shops.Such is the price of love.The secret to survival in a shop of relics is to find a chair...

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Bach’s Fifth Gospel

Christianity has never had a very strong presence in Japan. In fact, with industrialization, Japan has become one of the most secular nations on earth. But right now, thousands of Japanese are hearing the gospel of Jesus Christ in a new, or should I say old, way-and...

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Copy This!

A true story points to a universal truth about human beings: we learn best by imitation. President Calvin Coolidge once invited friends from his hometown to dine with him at the White House.Unsure of their table manners, the guests decided to imitate the president....

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