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  • The bitter news of Dawson Trotman's drowning swept like cold wind across Schroon Lake to the shoreline. Eyewitnesses tell of the profound anxiety, the tears, the helpless disbelief in the faces of those who now looked out across the deep blue water. Everyone's face except one—Lila Trotman. Dawson's widow. As she suddenly walked upon the scene a close friend shouted, "Oh, Lila...he's gone. Dawson's gone!" To that she replied in calm assurance the words of...
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  • It is quite probable that someone reading my words this moment is fighting an inner battle with a ghost from the past. The skeleton in one of yesterday's closets is beginning to rattle louder and louder. Putting adhesive tape around the closet and moving the bureau in front of the door does little to muffle the clattering bones. You wonder, possibly, "Who knows?" You think, probably, "I've had it...can't win...party's over..."
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  • Snake River Canyon coiled up, rattled its tail, and sank its fangs into its would-be captor. On a sultry Sunday afternoon its l,700-foot jaws yawned wide as it swallowed a strange-tasting capsule prescribed for it by Dr. Robert C. Truax, the scientist-designer of Sky Cycle X-2. Starring in the show was a guy some people tagged Captain Marvel, who looked more like Billy Batson unable to remember the magic word. But before we label him a showman or a show-off...I suggest we consider the outcome of this showdown...
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  • We were playing outside with our kids last weekend and my son was blowing a bubble. It was a beautiful day, the sun was shining, a few clouds in the sky and just a nice, subtle breeze. The kids were in shorts, running around laughing and when they stopped to blow bubbles, my son said, “Let’s blow some bubbles up to heaven for Jesus. I know he will love this. He wants to pop some. He’ll laugh.”
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  • The children worked long and hard on their own little cardboard shack. It was to be a special spot—a clubhouse—where they could meet in solemn assembly or just laugh, play games, and fool around. As they thought long and hard about their rules, they came up with three rather perceptive ones...
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  • Are you ready for a surprise? You blink 25 times every minute. Each blink takes you about one-fifth of a second. Therefore, if you take a 10-hour automobile trip, averaging 40 miles per hour, you will drive 20 miles with your eyes closed. I know a fact far more surprising than that. Some people go through life with their eyes closed.
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  • Greece said...Be wise, know yourself. 
 Rome said...Be strong, discipline yourself. 
 Judaism says...Be holy, conform yourself. 
 Epicureanism says...Be sensuous, enjoy yourself. 
 Education says...Be resourceful, expend yourself. 
 Psychology says...Be confident, fulfil yourself. 
 Materialism says...Be acquisitive, please yourself. 
 Pride says...Be superior, promote yourself. 
 Asceticism says...Be inferior, suppress yourself. 
 Diplomacy says...Be reasonable, control yourself. 
 Communism says...Be collective, secure yourself. 
 Humanism says...Be capable, trust yourself. 
 Philanthropy says...Be unselfish, give yourself.
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  • It’s happening! The sun is shining and the warm weather is here. Did you see the forecast for this week, friends? Oh glorious sun!
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  • The feelings are familiar. Mouth open. Eyes like saucers. Chill up the spine. Heart pounding in the throat. Momentary disbelief. We frown and attempt to piece the story together without a script or narrator. Sometimes alone, occasionally with others...then boom! "The flash of a mighty surprise" boggles the mind, leaving us somewhere between stunned and dumb with wonder. "Am I dreaming or is a miracle happening?" So it is with surprises.
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  • For the sake of Christ, then, I am content with weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions, and calamities. For when I am weak, then I am strong.
  • The bitter news of Dawson Trotman's drowning swept like cold wind across Schroon Lake to the shoreline. Eyewitnesses tell of the profound anxiety, the tears, the helpless disbelief in the faces of those who now looked out across the deep blue water. Everyone's face except one—Lila Trotman. Dawson's widow. As she suddenly walked upon the scene a close friend shouted, "Oh, Lila...he's gone. Dawson's gone!" To that she replied in calm assurance the words of...

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