Monthly Archives: January 2017

For Your Monday….

Like a river glorious is God’s perfect peace, Over all victorious, in its bright increase; Perfect, yet it floweth fuller every day, Perfect, yet it groweth deeper all the way. Refrain: Stayed upon Jehovah, hearts are fully blest Finding, as … Continue reading

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How to Read 100 Books a Year By Darius Foroux

Does your reading list keep growing? Did you buy books that you’ve never read? It might be time to cross more books from your list this year than ever. If you’re reading less than you want, you’re not the only … Continue reading

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Dear Women of America By Kariss Lynch

I couldn’t stand with you this weekend, and yet I am one of you. It isn’t because I don’t believe in women’s rights and equality. I do. I believe God created men and women with equal value and different roles. … Continue reading

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Wanna Get Away?

   

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A Brief History of the U.S. Inauguration

The first president, George Washington, was inaugurated at Federal Hall in New York on April 30, 1789. Washington repeated the oath, read by Chancellor Robert Livingston of New York, with one hand on the Bible: “I do solemnly swear that … Continue reading

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Which vs. That: How to Choose Shundalyn Allen

In a defining clause, use that. In non-defining clauses, use which. Remember, which is as disposable as a sandwich bag. If you can remove the clause without destroying the meaning of the sentence, the clause is nonessential and you can … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts, Looking Back By Thomas Sowell

Any honest man, looking back on a very long life, must admit — even if only to himself — being a relic of a bygone era. Having lived long enough to have seen both “the greatest generation” that fought World … Continue reading

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