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The only ‘good news’

Having worked as a journalist – news reporter/producer/editor and columnist for 25-years, my quest, much like others in the profession, was to get the “good” news stories. Stories we felt would be of interest to our respective audiences. After all, a great deal of...

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Pray that your ‘flight’…

Matt 24:19, “How miserable those days will be for pregnant and nursing mothers! Pray that your flight will not occur in the winter or on the Sabbath. For at that time there will be great tribulation, unmatched from the beginning of the world until now, and never to be...

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“Love” is in the air

Smiles return to the face of merchants and retailers every February. Having survived the usual slow month of January, when sales decreased following the Christmas spending spree, February 14, in particular brings a kind of relief to them. It is Valentine’s Day. This...

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Climatic or Prophetic?

Nowadays, there’s a lot of focus on climate change, global warming, or destruction of the environment by our own actions. Our miserably hot, hot, summers and menacingly harsh, harsh, winters have given rise to talk turning into some kind of action. There have been...

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When God does not make sense

One of the questions agnostics and atheist like to pose in their rejection of God is, why does he allow suffering. It is a legitimate question. You read, watch, and hear, of the horror stories of how people suffer on this planet. The gut-wrenching images you see of...

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Do your beliefs matter?

There’s a popular saying, “belief kills and belief cures.” There may be some wisdom in that adage. In other words, either your beliefs could destroy you or they could save you. From a religious perspective, we can find even more relevance and meaning to this proverb....

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