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During the time of the twelve Caesars, the Roman army would conduct morning inspections. As the inspecting Centurion would come in front of each legionnaire, ...
The rarest medal in the Olympics wasn't created from gold, but a bolt.
The story begins on a cold, winter afternoon in Innsbruck at the 1964 Olympic ...
Success is never final; failure is never fatal; it is courage that counts.
Hot heads and cold hearts never solved anything.
Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.
Mixing religion and politics can mean many things. It could mean that one advocates a theocratic state. I certainly do not. Such a merger of religion ...
I am preaching to construct a biblical grid in the minds of believers through which everything--including what they watch on TV--is processed.
We are always complaining that our days are few and acting as though there would be no end of them.
So, why did Paul tell wives to submit to husbands when they were in submission already? The clue is in the grammar. The verb "submit" is in ...
To say what is untrue, what is unkind, or to say it unkindly, constitutes failure in Christian living and Christian witness.