The Meaning of Life

Quite an ambitious title, don't you think? It could even be presumptuous and arrogant. But I only want to propose one tiny — but very important — piece to the puzzle. Perhaps a few real-life cases can set the stage for sharing an insight.Bullet Two women grow up in an...

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The Newsboy

Thanks to Pastor Jim and the Net 153 Christian Magazine where the whole family can find health Christian resources.Many years ago, a newsboy, thinly clad and drenched by the soaking rain, stood shivering in a doorway one cold day in November. First one bare foot and...

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Mt. Everest

As M. Dunham wrote, "Sir Edmund Hilary was the first person to conquer Mt. Everest. The first time he tried, he failed. He was knighted by the Queen of England, and at the gala occasion, on the wall behind the head table, was a huge picture of Mt. Everest. The people...

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Sequoia Trees

The Sequoia trees of California tower as much as 300 feet above the ground. Strangely, these giants have unusually shallow root systems that reach out in all directions to capture the greatest amount of surface moisture. Seldom will you see a redwood standing alone,...

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Triumph

Thanks to Pastor Jim and the Net 153 Christian Magazine where the whole family can find health Christian resources.Here are some examples of Christians who triumphed thru difficulties:1. John Bunyan - in Bedford prison wrote "Pilgrim's Progress"2. Fanny Crosby - was...

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The Suez Canal

In 1832, French engineer Ferdinand Marie de Lesseps was traveling on the Mediterranean Sea. One of the passengers on the ship he was on came down with a contagious disease and the ship was quarantined. Lesseps became very frustrated. To help kill time he read the...

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