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Hospitality

Three men appeared before Abraham in the heat of the day, as he sat in the door of his tent (Genesis 18:2).  These, though they had the appearance of men, were no ordinary men.  At least two of these men … Continue reading

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What Did You Say? C’mon Man! (Part 1)

“C’mon man” (come on man) is a phrase used on Monday Night Football to describe shockingly stupid decisions, or decisions completely inappropriate, or bloopers in execution. I have heard, through the years, brethren say things which completely shock me.  These … Continue reading

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Lester Tipton

 You might sometimes wonder if your good deeds of kindness are really making positively difference in the lives of others. You might wonder if  you are leaving a lasting positive influence on others. I’m here to tell you that you may well be, far more than you ever … Continue reading

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Washing Feet

“Pugh! I am not touching his feet.”  Such may be the reaction one would get today to the idea of washing another’s feet. However, the washing of feet is commended in the Bible (Luke 7:36-46; John 13:3-14; 1 Timothy 5:9-10). … Continue reading

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