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Thursday, February 26, 2015
Caudwell, a French pastor, explains that there are three types of obedience in service: are we serving Jesus as a slave, a mercenary or a friend?
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
A young writer reflects on Kayla Mueller's short life and asks, "Do we accept the suffering of other people as unfortunate but inevitable? Or will we, like Kayla, let empathy lead us to action?"
As a Christian aid worker, Murphy grappled with this question for years. Although the meaning of suffering can never be fully comprehended, Murphy finds a helpful insight in Jesus' words in the Gospel of John.
Monday, February 23, 2015
In this short Easter story, a young man’s quest for the strongest master leads him to Christ.
“It may happen that a nation ceases to distinguish between good and evil,” warned Ernst Wiechert, a German novelist and professor, in a 1935 speech to his students, many of whom were National Socialists.
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Dear Father in heaven, we thank you that you have always been gracious to us, revealing your great goodness and power in ages past and in the present. In this revelation we live, O Lord our God. You are the almighty One, who works wonders on earth…
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