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  • by Ben Light
How many times have you recognized your sins, asked for repentance, and then found yourself doing it all over again?
  • by Carolyn Trombi
Have you ever found yourself in a tragic situation and asked God, “Why is this happening to me?”
  • by Janet Treadway
“I walked a mile with Pleasure, she chatted all the way; but left me none the wiser, for all she had to say. I walked a mile with Sorrow and ne’er a word said she; but, oh, the things I learned from her when Sorrow walked with me!” —Robert Browning Hamilton
  • by United Church of God
How do we view the sorrow in our lives?
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No one's perfect. We all sin. But what happens when deep down we want to change and work hard to do better? God is quick to forgive and to help.
  • by Bill Bradford
In the wake of the New York and Washington, D.C., suicide bombings, we need to find a plain answer to this great question.
  • by Cecil Maranville
Most people have only a vague idea of what the word repentance means? What exactly is repentance?
  • by Les McCullough
Refusing to think about death does not make it go away. It just makes it harder for those left living to deal with this unpleasant fact of life once it has occurred.