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Saturday, April 25th 2015

Passover Lamb

Sacrificial Lambs

At this very special time of year, it is more than appropriate to meditate on the meanings of God’s sacrificial lambs. A number of years ago I worked in a small office that was owned and operated by a wonderful Jewish man. At Easter time he commented that it was a very interesting coincidence that both Passover and Easter fell around the same time every year. Of course I immediately took the opportunity to explain to him that this didn’t happen by coincidence, and I proceeded to tell him how […]

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Who Are You – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for March 29, 2015, “Our Daily Bread” by: David C. McCasland. ********************** From time to time, we read of people who are offended at not being treated with what they consider due respect and deference. “Do you know who I am?” they shout indignantly. And we are reminded of the statement, “If you have to tell people who you are, you probably really aren’t who you think you are.” The polar opposite of this arrogance and self-importance is seen in Jesus, even as His life on […]

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Remember Where We Were Before We Fell

I will never forget an experience I had while on a tour of the Capital Building in Washington D.C. not long ago. The building was a museum filled with examples of sacrifice, faith, conviction, leadership, patriotism, honor, courage and trust. To read the quotes of many of our founders was like reading from the Bible. One would quickly realize how these men were indeed chosen by God and equipped for the service of their new nation. It made me feel proud to be an American! My friend, I have never […]

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Learn The Cost – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for March 1, 2015, “Our Daily Bread” by Keila Ochoa. ************************ We gave our 2-year-old son a pair of new boots recently. He was so happy that he didn’t take them off until it was bedtime. But the next day he forgot all about the boots and put on his old sneakers. My husband said, “I wish he knew how much things cost.” The boots were expensive, but a young child doesn’t know about working hours, salaries, and taxes. A child receives the gifts with open […]

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