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Merry Christmas . . .

 . . .As we celebrate the Birth of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. On Sunday our Pastor was preaching on our Hope from the Psalms, who is Christ.  He said this:  “When Christ returns, unimaginable Wrong will be set unquestionably Right.”  Is … Continue reading

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What could he do in Heaven?

It was many years ago, when stagecoaches still ran, that an excellent old clergyman, who had a keen observation of the world, was traveling on the top of a coach.  It was cold, wintry weather, and coachman, who called himself a Christian, … Continue reading

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A Creed

A Creed             What of the peasant Spiridion, who, when Eulogius, was pouring along a train of impalpable argument and slippery speech, sprang up, exclaiming, “Hear me, philosopher: Christ and his apostles left us not a system of logic, nor … Continue reading

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A Bible in Two Halves

“I called on a poor man for the collection, [writes the author] who said, ‘I am very sorry, but work has been so bad, that I cannot get my little money together, even to help buy a Bible, so I … Continue reading

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On Falsehood

There is nothing of so ill consequence to others as falsehood, or so dark a blot as untruthfulness, which as Montaigne said well, “is only to be brave toward God, and a coward toward man;” for a lie faces God, … Continue reading

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Two Preachers

“What is your opinion of your two sons as preachers?” inquired a friend of Mr. Clayton, an old dissenting minister.  “Well,” he replied, quaintly but pleasantly, “George has a better show in his shop window, but John has a larger stock in his … Continue reading

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