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Prayer That’s Not For Wimps

Here are two prayers that take great courage.  Most people, when things get desperate in their life, will pray to God for immediate help, however, only the bravest people will pray these two powerful prayers. The first one is a … Continue reading

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World Famous “Good” Men Who Weren’t So Good

People like to look back on history and call certain world famous men (or groups of men) good.  Perhaps the two groups of men that have been considered the best of the good are the American Founding Fathers and the … Continue reading

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Didn’t You Know You’ve Got to Cry Sometime?

Diana Ross sings a song that asks this question:  “Didn’t you know you have to cry sometime?”  However, a popular myth in our day says: “Strong people don’t cry,” or “Real men don’t cry.”  Why, then, do they have tear ducts? The … Continue reading

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