For several weeks recently I spent a lot of time in the hospital where my son was being treated. One day as I was walking through the halls to get yet another cup of coffee,…

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Don’t you think that Moses, after a discouraging day, may have pulled open his tent flap to see the pillar of fire high in the sky and said, “Everything’s fine. LOOK WHO’S HERE.” And what…

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It had been three long and difficult days when Thomas’ friends came to him with the farfetched story that they had been to the tomb where Jesus had been buried, and it was empty. “His…

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The late Peter Marshall, an eloquent speaker and for several years the chaplain of the United States Senate, used to love to tell the story of “The keeper of the spring,” a quiet forest dweller…

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Grudge is one of those words that defines itself. Its very sound betrays its meaning. Say it slowly: “Grr-uuuud-ge.” It starts with a growl. “Grr…” Like a bear with bad breath coming out of hibernation…

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