Ask And Ye Shall Receive

In Beckett Reynolds’ life, he seldom hears the word ‘no.’  In time for Thanksgiving, this short story will prompt readers to count their own blessings as they explore the curious life of a man whose every prayer is granted. ***   “Okay, I really need Thy help.  Evac is probably another ten minutes out.  It’ll […]

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The Sneakiest Sin

There is one sin at the root of all others, and it is the most insidious.  It makes you believe you are right and justified and not sinning at all.  It convinces men that they are the victims and not the perpetrators.  It drives us away from God, and into deeper sin.  It is easy […]

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Lucas

A short story about choosing light over darkness right in time for Halloween. *** “Is that the last box?” Kathy’s voice reverberated off the hardwood floor of the large, open ground level of their new home. Donovan let the heavy box of kitchen supplies down with a thud and exhaled.  “It’s the last box but […]

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The Godliness of Material Things

The title of this entry may surprise you because it seems to go against everything we’ve been told by traditional Judeo-Christian theology.  “Love of money is the root of all evil,” the Bible instructs. (1 Timothy 6:10)  In this article, I hope to demonstrate that if viewed the right way, material things like money, vehicles, […]

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Laws Don’t Stop Crime; People Do

Every time there’s a shooting, our nation enters an increasingly polarizing conversation about what we can do about “gun violence.”  The Right says the Left has no right to take away one’s right to self-defense, and the Left says the Right has no right to endanger the public.  But as usual, both are having the […]

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