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“Here’s looking at you, kid!” It’s only one line from a movie, but we remember it. Like the movies, the Bible has its own share of memorable lines. And one of them is in this moving story of love and the providence of God.... more
There are moments in life — perhaps daily — when you realize that you’re done. Enough is enough.... more
Do parents tell their children everything? No. Kids are on a “need to know basis.” The rule applies to the children of God as well.... more
Emojis are so commonly used that it should not come as a surprise that someone might get sued for using the wrong one. What we see in this text is a kind of divine emoji conveying a very specific message.... more
How are our hopes and fears “met in thee tonight”? It’s a reference to Phillips Brooks’ famous carol, “O Little Town of Bethlehem.”... more
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Do parents tell their children everything? No. Kids are on a “need to know basis.” The rule applies to the children of God as well.