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A Different Gospel

In the pages of the Holy Bible we find an astounding fact about the world in which we live! Revelation 12:9 states, “So the great dragon was cast out, that serpent of old, called the Devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.” Do you believe that there is a very real Satan the Devil who has worked day and night to deceive humanity? To foist upon them convincing lies about the consequences of sin, the meaning of life, what happens after death and even lies concerning Jesus and the very gospel He came preaching? You should because that is precisely what God’s Word, the Holy Bible, tells us!
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The Lunch Bucket Theory

Many years ago, I experienced for myself a phenomenon that is an all-too-common problem in workplace relations between labor and management.  I owned a small company, and decided that I would like to start profit-sharing with my employees as much as would be feasible.  So, I rounded up an executive table and some chairs, and convened an employee meeting.
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"200-Year Anniversary of... What?"

How many Americans can name the famous event in their history that occurred on August 24, 1814—or 200 years ago, as of last Sunday.  Can you name this major milestone, which involved the United States and another dominant world power?
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Where’s Your Sense of Humor?

Lately I have had a serious “reality check.” It is not just that different individuals and cultures find different things amusing. It is that no matter what we human beings find amusing, our “sense of humor” can be used for good or evil as much as any other faculty of the human mind. The worst part is that all too quickly, we can be blindsided by the evil side of humor—and the better-developed our “sense of humor” is, the more easily we may be blindsided. We need to ask ourselves why this is so.
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The long haul

As I looked around the lovely setting that was the new Senior Citizen’s Center, I saw a lot of folks enjoying themselves. Some of them were playing cards; others were playing chess or board games.
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Smells like teen marketing

I was reading the comics today (not as much fun as it was when I was a kid, to be sure, but still a pleasant diversion in the morning) and one of the comic strips caught my eye.
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