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By Debra Neybert, Assistant Pastor “If you turn back your foot from (unnecessary travel on) the Sabbath, from doing your own pleasure on My holy day, and call the Sabbath a [spiritual] delight, and the holy day of the Lord honorable, and honor it, not going your own way or engaging in your own pleasure,...
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by Thomas E. Ray The sound of snapping bones echoed throughout the small gymnasium. As I lay on the floor, my mind refused to accept the severity of the injury I had just suffered; but the piercing pain emanating from my leg belied my confidence. I knew my leg was broken. On the way to...
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By Thomas E. Ray While in Southeastern Ohio last fall on business, I stopped at a roadside mom and pop diner for lunch. It was very reminiscent of the little store where I used to eat lunch as a junior high school student in Pratt, West Virginia. While standing at the counter placing my order...
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Through the span of time I have arrayed the mightiest of kings and the most worshipful of priest. I am fine linen. I was there when Pharaoh placed his ring upon the hand of Joseph, placed me about his body, put a gold chain around his neck and made him ruler over all the land....
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Weird: unearthly, mysterious, unusual. by Reverend David E. Swaggerty In the book of Isaiah we read in chapter 55:8 “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord.” Many Believers misquote this verse, applying this statement to Us, the believers, when in fact He is speaking to Unbelievers, wicked...
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