Month: February 2019

The Hand of the Diligent!

Before I went off to Bible College in ’78, I worked for a year as a car salesman, selling new and used cars and trucks.  I wanted a job that gave me selling experience because I thought it might help me in dealing with people.  That was one ‘crazy’ year as I got a first-hand

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Being Content

Used with permission Living a contented life is very hard for people whose heart is fixed on the things of this world. Human nature says, “have that”; the world says,”get that”. Society will tell us that we can be happy if we have “this thing” and “that thing”. The truth is that our flesh will

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I’m Superman

Arthur Medici (photo) was born & raised in Brazil and came to the U.S. 2 years ago to go to college.  The handsome 26 y/o was fond of playing on the Atlantic Ocean waves, off Cape Cod, using a small surfboard, called a ‘boogie board’.  Recently, Arthur’s aunt warned him about the strong possibility of

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Why Does God Allow Trials in Life?

Used with permission   As Christians, whenever we face overwhelming trials in life (such as the loss of a family member, a financial crisis, a severe illness, problems with a child, and many other similarly dreadful circumstances) we usually have two options: 1) either to be bitter and murmur over the situation, or 2) to

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The Yellow Vests of France

Recently, almost 300,000 people in France have made news headlines, violently protesting a new diesel fuel tax, while wearing neon-yellow vests that, by law, all drivers are required to carry in their cars.  But this new tax was only the spark that lit the powder-keg. The ‘Yellow Vests’ are essentially protesting all the miserable economic woes

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