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Aug 12 2012

The Cost of Reaching the Best

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J.R. Miller, published 1913 Someone has been making a little calculation which is interesting. A bar of iron of a certain size, in its rough state, is worth five dollars. If it be made into horseshoes, it is worth twelve dollars. When it has been put through certain processes and then made into needles, instead …

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Aug 05 2012

Things That Endure

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J.R. Miller, published 1913 In one of the fables of ancient poetry, an angel was permitted to visit this earth. From a lofty mountain top, he looked down upon the cities, palaces, and works of men. As he went away, he said, “All these people are spending their time in building only birds’ nests. No …

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May 31 2010

Memorial Day

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Last night I watched a Memorial Day tribute on television.  The show was a very moving tribute to all the service personnel that have served and/or have lost their lives.  Mankind has been fighting each other since the beginning of time.  Nations have been wiped out.  Men, women and children lose their lives  as casualties …

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Mar 16 2010

Agony in Garden of Gethsemane

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Several years ago, I visited Israel.  Today I was going through some of my photos of my last trip and the photo I’ve attached is of the Garden of Gethsemane.  I spent time today reflecting on my emotions as I stood in that garden that Jesus spent His last night in before His arrest.  Even …

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Mar 06 2010

End Of Life

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I read a blog post by a neurologist titled Checkout time.  The neurologist was sharing the story about a patient who was at the end of her life and was in fact in a coma.  Cancer has spread throughout her whole body and was in all of her organs including her brain, lungs, liver, bone, …

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