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Fairness

In preparing for our Bible Fellowship class two weeks ago I thought the lesson writer used one of the best examples of human nature I have read in awhile. Please allow me to summarize again. He was saying that a couple had gone abroad and adopted a child from conditions that were unfathomable. The child had no hope of any normalcy or future. Later on in life after rescuing...

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Upcoming Revival

ELDERS CORNER Eleven years ago we were attacked by people who had the intention of destroying the American way of life. The shock and unbelief I had that morning still remains in my mind. I know how my parents and grandparents must have felt on the morning of December 7, 1941. On the evening of September 11, 2001, Cathy and I, along with many others went to church and pra...

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Seasons

I heard on the news this week that school has started back in some counties and starts back in Muscogee County Monday. The end of the summer is here. Growing up, the end of the summer used to be Labor Day, but that is a topic for another day. The seasons seem to go by so much faster as you get older, especially birthdays. We will begin fall soon. It's a great time. The wea...

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Strength

An athlete is coached to avoid getting too excited or too down during the contest. They are to remain as calm as possible and rely on their training. In the message Sunday Peter told Jesus he would lay down his life for Him. Jesus answered, "Will you really lay down your life for me? I tell you the truth, before the rooster crows, you will disown me three times!" There is ...

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