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What Does Veterans Day Mean?

I want to first say I may be somewhat prejudiced on this particular topic.  I entered the United States Air Force in November 1968, in the height of the Vietnam conflict.  I remained on active duty and retired in 1989.  I was no different from any other citizens during these 21 years of service.  There were highs, lows and some really mundane duties; however, in retrospect, neither I nor my wife would trade those years for anything else.  I still feel honored to have served. As a serviceman I learned that on the 11th hour of the 11th day of…
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A Glimpse of Heaven

The Ethnologue catalogue of world languages currently lists 6909 living languages. About 6% of them have more than a million speakers each, and collectively account for 94% of the world population.  In Dallas County there are approximately 220 different languages spoken by its residents.  On Sunday, October 29, two languages were used to worship the Lord on the Arapaho Road Baptist Church campus. For the first time in the history of this church, those in attendance worshiped the Lord in both English and Spanish during the morning worship service.  There are over 750,000 Spanish-speakers in Dallas county; many of whom live around…
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Lumberton

I went to Lumberton knowing that the homes we saw and people we would meet would be in dire straits.  But, I don’t think I was fully mentally prepared for what we saw.  The first glimpse of the destruction took my breath away.  Just the sheer amount of debris on the sides of the streets and the condition of the homes, it was devastating.  This was these people’s lives, and it was all ruined.  But, as we began to work it became apparent to me that it was all just stuff.  The homeowners and their families had made it out…
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Accentuate the Positive. Eliminate the Negative

Have you ever noticed that your thoughts and actions are taken over by what you focus on.  If those are negative thoughts it is hard to break free.  When you hold onto fear or negativity you can feel yourself being drained of energy and productivity.   It can be very destructive if you focus and give in to the negative.  Maybe Solomon was trying to warn us in Proverbs 23:7. “For as he thinks within himself, so he is.” It seems Solomon was saying you are what you think.  It’s like a self-fulfilling prophecy.  You get trapped in your negative thoughts…
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