Archive | Contemplations


A Day of Small Things

  A Day of Small Things by Pastor Paul M. Sadler   When Zerubbabel laid the foundation of the second temple after the Babylonian Captivity, many of his countrymen viewed the effort with contempt, believing it would never amount to anything. The prophet Zechariah responded to these critics in the following manner: “For who hath […]

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A Pulitzer Prize Recipient Just Said the Most Ignorant Thing About the Bible

  ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTES — Some additional words need to be written regarding the following article. 1.) Seriously, deeply ponder the state of decline in Biblical knowledge in our time when the world’s most eminent atheist LAMENTS the decline of basic Bible knowledge; “I must admit that even I am a little taken aback at the […]

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Grace Today and Tomorrow

  Microscopic photograph of a real snowflake made by God     Grace Today and Tomorrow by Pastor Cornelius R. Stam   Paul learned what thousands upon thousands of God’s saints have learned from his day to ours: that it is often more blessed to experience God’s grace in suffering than to enjoy deliverance from suffering, […]

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The Bell

The Bell Author Unknown I really hope you take the time to read it all. I’ve held many things in my hands, and I have lost them all; but whatever I’ve placed in God’s hands that I still possess. Just up the road from my home is a field with two horses in it. From […]

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30 Books

  30 Books — An Exercise Can you find thirty (30) books of the Bible in this paragraph? Actually, there are 31 if you can find the variant of one Old Testament prophet’s name. There are 30 books of the Bible in this paragraph. Can you find them? This is a most remarkable puzzle. It […]

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The Tyranny of Suffrage + A Patriarchal Restoration Theory

ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTE — There are two companion piece articles posted here. “A Patriarchal Restoration Theory” immediately follows “The Tyranny of Suffrage.” The Tyranny of Suffrage Written by Reed Perry Reprinted from: Social Matter March 5, 2015 “The worst form of inequality is the attempt to make unequal things equal.” – Aristotle. I visit cemeteries when […]

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