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The Power of Forgiveness

“Will you pray that God will take me home to heaven?” asked a depressed grandmother. Upon hearing my refusal to pray as she had requested, this troubled woman poured out…

Calling All Time Travelers

A decade or so back in time, MIT student, Amal Doral, threw a much publicized party he hoped would be one for all the ages. He sponsored the first, and…

When Love Declines

The two sitting across the desk from me were not young lovers; they were approaching sixty. But they had the same stars in their eyes that I have seen so…

Try The Resurrection Principle

The Reader’s Digest once carried the story of a man who said he had learned how to find immediate peace when tempted to worry about his problems. “I just wait…

The Unforgettable Question

I met him at the end of a service in a rural New York church. His name escapes me but the question he asked has been unforgettable. Let me explain.…

Still Holding Hands

“I have one more thing to tell you before we finish,” said the pleasant voice near the end of our phone conversation, relating then how she had been about to…

Have A Great Rest of Your Life

I’ve never met Evelyn, but became acquainted with her through a letter she wrote expressing appreciation of my radio program for the help it provided during the loss of her…

Let God Carry Your Cares

Most of us have known people who were serene when everything seemed to be crashing down around them. In the most trying of circumstances, they have remained trusting and calm.…

Don’t Let Money Get You Down

father was feeling down about the economy and expecting the worst. After all, he’d been searching for a job longer than he liked to remember. “Things are going to get…

Unlikely Heros

William Wilberforce lived in England more than two centuries ago and the consuming passion of his life was to end the slave trade in the British Empire, but most saw…

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