Archive for August, 2019

Depression and Someone You Know

     Chances are, you know someone who is battling depression. Depression doesn’t care how old or young you are, if you are a man or woman, what race you are, or your religion. It may be a friend or family member who is suffering with it, or maybe even be you. It is so common that, […]

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Moral and Mental Lunacy

     In the parable of the prodigal son, we read about a young man who was not in his right mind for a time, but he chose that course for himself. The younger of two sons took his inheritance and left home. He went into a far country and wasted his entire inheritance with prodigal living. […]

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Once Saved, Always Saved?

Many tell us, “once a person is saved, he cannot be lost. If he is lost, he was not actually saved.” I heard a respondent on the radio last week answer a question about this. Someone wrote in saying that a person he knew was a Christian who genuinely believed, but then fell away. The […]

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Can I get a do-over?

The kids and I have been watching American Ninja Warrior on T.V. lately. It is a game show where competitors run an obstacle course. Those who finish, or get the furthest, and in the shortest amount of time, go on to the next round. In the last episode we watched, the two fastest finishers got […]

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