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There’s A Little Dr. Dolittle In All Of Us.

There’s A Little Dr. Dolittle In All Of Us.

The world is the Lord’s and everything in it.  Subsequently, things that we observe in nature can teach us things about God and life.  And as a part of that creation, we can learn things about ourselves as well.  It is not a mystical worship of the creation itself. ...

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Christian Quotes

C. S. Lewis

C. S. Lewis

" I have found a desire within myself that no experience in this world can satisfy; the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world."  C. S. Lewis, Author of the Chronicles of...

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There’s A Reason You Have A favorite Pair Of Jeans.

Emilee Danielson Think of your favorite pair of jeans.  You've probably owned too many pairs to count, but Is there one specific pair that pops into your mind instantly when you think "favorite"?  You’ve probably owned them for a while.  Maybe it’s a pair that are...

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Comey at March 2017 hearingDespite passionate and continual denials fronted by current and former federal officials claiming that accusations made against the Obama administration for spying on Donald Trump and his presidential campaign were absolutely untrue, new reports indicate that ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort had been wiretapped.

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