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“Now when the Sabbath was past, (on) the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome bought spices, that they … Read more

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For me the year 1995 will be a year hard to top in terms of trials to be faced. Read more

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The Bible says by the prophet of God, “For I know the plans that I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans for welfare and not for calamity t… Read more

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On the day of his Moscow arrest, Feb. 12, 1974, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn published what would be his final message to the Russian people before … Read more

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Why do we need to seek the truth? It seems like we all pursue it, not only because we’re curious creatures, but because our inner nature insis… Read more

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Last week on Feb. 2 we celebrated Groundhog Day! This is the day when we find out “conclusively” from the shadow of a groundhog what the futur… Read more

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Cancel Culture is a source of social ostracism whereby someone is cast out of social or professional circles and is essential “canceled.” It’s… Read more

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Jesus was responding to the Pharisees when he answered, “Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and fema… Read more

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“Our joy has taken a hit in the White Mountains over the last several weeks. Our hospital is full of COVID-19 patients, still others are at ho… Read more

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In Luke chapter 2 we meet Simeon and Anna. Like Zacharias and Elizabeth, they were a part of the faithful Jewish remnant that eagerly looked f… Read more

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Yes, my friends, the calendar does not lie. We are looking at December! Read more

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It’s all about me... Ah, well, maybe not if I think about it. Still, if you read the news, or even listen to your neighbors, there’s a lot of … Read more

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Mark’s Gospel tells a compelling story of Jesus’ love going to the dogs. Read more

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We had our first “frost” for fall/winter of 2021 last month. Read more

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We come now to Jesus’ final break with Judaism, and we should be aware by now of how it is unfolding. We have read about the triumphal entry o… Read more

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“Cosmos” Read more

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“And the blind and the lame came to him in the temple and he healed them. But when the chief priests and the scribes saw the wonderful things … Read more

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It’s got to the point that I’m responding “No” to most questions. The times seem to demand it. It’s a word that has fallen into disfavor these… Read more

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Third in a four-part series Read more

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“Religion is like a seed. It has life only when it is whole. If crushed, it cannot bring forth its destined fruits. Bahá’u’lláh proclaims: Read more

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When Jesus drove the money changers (Mt.21.12-17) and those who were selling animals for sacrifice from the Court of the Gentiles, He justifie… Read more

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We are in the “high holy days” of the Jewish calendar. Rosh Hashanah was on Sept. 7, and Yom Kippur was Sept. 16. Read more

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The 21st chapter of Matthew marks the beginning of the end of Jesus’ ministry, though we are only two-thirds of the way through the Gospel at … Read more

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When I was in school, we began each day with the Pledge of Allegiance. After the pledge, we students took turns selecting a patriotic song to … Read more

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Human relationships are difficult. Well, you might disagree and that’s okay. All I know is that in my experience as a husband, father, and pas… Read more

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“And the crowds that went before him and that followed him were shouting, ‘Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessed is he who comes in the name of… Read more

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“Squash” Read more

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Why do we need to seek the truth? It seems like we all pursue it, not only because we’re curious creatures, but because our inner nature insis… Read more

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“Fear” Read more

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Matthew 21 portrays the most significant coronation the world has yet seen. It was a true coronation of a true King. “Now when they drew near … Read more

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The Book of Revelation foretold “Christ’s new name,” which presented an unsolved mystery for Christians and Biblical scholars to ponder for th… Read more

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Matthew (Mt.21.1) says that as Jesus and the disciples were approaching Bethphage, an outlying district of Jerusalem, Jesus sent two of the di… Read more

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