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Impatient for Investment Returns

When our eldest daughter was old enough to understand what saving money was all about, my wife and I sat down with her and explained the value of money. ...

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God, Our Ultimate Troubleshooter

I was stumped. My old Macintosh laptop simply would not run the Mac Bible software anymore. Though I had worked with it for hours, nothing I did would ...

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Beethoven's Unknowing Self-Poisoning

An Illinois scientist recently uncovered the likely cause of Ludwig von Beethoven's death. After studying strands of Beethoven's hair, Dr. William ...

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Kindness Returned with Kindness

Lewis and Clark's famous expedition to the Pacific Northwest in 1804 almost came to an untimely and deadly end. Half starved and almost frozen, the ...

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Seeds of the Spirit

In the book The Ascent of a Leader, Bruce McNicol and Bill Thrall tell of a woman who has a dream where she wanders into a shop at the mall and finds ...

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Givers Receive

I've been going to professional baseball games and trying to get a souvenir baseball as far back as I can remember. A foul ball, a home run ball, ...

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Indulgence Leads to Destruction

When I was growing up in Johannesburg, we used to go across to Pretoria where we had relatives who owned a bakery and pastry shop. When new employees ...

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Sacrificing Quietly

Jim Montgomery is a missionary. He once taught high school in San Jose, California. I remember when the Lord called him. After he was in the Philippines, ...

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You Will Reap What You Sow

If you cheat in practice, you'll cheat in the game. If you cheat in your head, you'll cheat on the test. You'll cheat on the girl. You'll ...

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Giving Brings More Gifts

When we give to others, God gives us something in return: freedom from the tyranny of our problems.

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