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Loving under difficult circumstances

“You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you… Matthew 5: 43-44 This is one of the most difficult sayings of Jesus. It is also one of the least followed. How sad it …

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Being Single or Married Life

I’ve been both single and married on more than one occasion. Confusing, sure is. Married three (3) times and in the process of divorce number three (3), wife number two (2) I separated twice. Presently I’m in a committed relationship that has the potential to last. She recently asked me …

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Clergy and Lay

Those who argue that Churches must have paid clergy are still tied to the era of the Levitical Priests when there were elaborate rituals and sacrifices to be performed on daily basis. As a result of this wrong posture, they are assuming that: 1) People who have other forms of …

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Tips to help other Achieve

Pursue adequate knowledge “If money is your hope for independence you will never have it. The only real security that a man will have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience, and ability.” (Henry Ford) Knowledge feeds our desires with an awareness of alternative choices. People with adequate …

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Mormon Ten Lost Tribes of Israel

Archeology has always been one of my favorite subjects. Take for instance, Indiana Jones and Raiders of the Lost Ark movie. How many people know the story is based on some truth? Adolph Hitler was occult-obsessed looking for the Ark, he knew the Israelites placed it before them in many …

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Jesus Christian Historical Jesus

We live in a culture that makes it hard for us to properly evaluate Jesus. We cannot see his legacy because it is shrowded in too much mystery. Not the mystery of the supernatural, but the mystery of the pop culture we live in. The celebrity of Jesus makes it …

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The Karate Kid 2010

“By any other name, it’s still a good remake” So the remake of “The Karate Kid” is about kung fu more than karate, so what?  The issue over the title aside, the film by Harald Zwart echoes the 1984 original in many ways, right down to plot points, beats and …

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