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Christmas Claim — Who Was/Is Mary’s Son?

A classic Christmas carol asks the question: What Child Is This?  And that is a not just a nice song, but a very important question to ask at Christmas time. Who was/is Mary’s Baby Boy? The New Testament gives some … Continue reading

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Celebrating Real Freedom On The 4th Of July

Freedom is a wonderful thing to celebrate.  However, it is far better to be free than talk about freedom. For example, if government guarantees the freedom of speech, but a person has a habit of speaking in anger, that she/he wants … Continue reading

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Winner Words / Loser Language

Words are powerful. All the words that we hear, read, think, and say, have an impact on our life. We can choose to hear, read, think, and say words that pull us down or words that build us up. Our … Continue reading

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Source Of Tormenting Thoughts?

Everybody has probably experienced unwanted or tormenting thoughts. So how do thoughts that a person doesn’t want get into her mind? What is their source? One possible cause of tormenting thoughts could be a person’s own will, choice, or desire. … Continue reading

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Is Your Brain Plastic?

Is your brain plastic?  Yes, according to what Dr. Norman Doidge, M.D. reveals in his book The Brain That Changes Itself. Psychiatrists and brain researchers have traditionally believed that human brain function is localized and permanently fixed — that specific … Continue reading

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