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What’s Your Cause?

It is normal for one to want a cause in life.  By “cause,” I mean: “a goal or principle served with dedication and zeal” (yourdictionary.com).  A person desires meaning and purpose in life. A Christian has a cause.  Jesus taught, … Continue reading

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The Gospel

Our English term “gospel” comes from the Anglo-Saxon term “godspell” which originally meant “good spell, good story,” or “good news.”  It was used to translate the Greek word “euangelion” which meant “good news” or “good tidings.”  (See Webster’s Unabridged).  Outside … Continue reading

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You Are Called!

Elbert Anderson was a government contractor during the war of 1812.  He purchased goods and resold them to the U.S. government.  The good were inspected by two brothers Ebenezer and Samuel Wilson prior to the purchase.  Samuel Wilson became known … Continue reading

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