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Shutting the Door to the Past

The most vivid experience of that anguished prayer and its answer that I can recall came in the life of a young couple. ... They were a bright young couple, ...

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Not My Fault!

There's a kind of mirror system of morality in evil. People don't say, as they more or less do in Shakespeare, "I'm by nature bad." ...

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Perfect Words for the Contrite Heart

For the following part of his Book of Common Prayer, [Thomas] Cranmer drew on a number of medieval sources and yet composed something greater than their ...

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Valueless Grace

Cheap grace is the deadly enemy of our church. Cheap grace means grace sold on the market like cheapjack's wares. Cheap grace is the preaching of ...

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Doubters in the Fold

Apparently it's expected that candid confessions of uncertainty [by churchmen] will attract into the church other doubters who will contribute generously ...

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Criterion for Family Health

One criterion of family health: Are you saying, "I'm sorry," "I forgive you," and "I love you" often?

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America's Sin of Self-Sufficiency

In 1863 President Lincoln designated April 30th as a day of national humiliation, fasting, and prayer. Let me read a portion of his proclamation on that ...

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Resurrected Marriages

I have seen resurrection in marriage after marriage when the persons became genuinely convicted by their sin and did not see divorce as an option.

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Capturing the Real Criminal

No man's really any good till he knows how bad he is, or might be; till he's realized exactly how much right he has to all this snobbery, and ...

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Admitting Failure to Family

When the family knows you don't pretend to have it all together, that you admit failure, that you're sorry and want to do better, they can handle ...

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