Virtual Christian Magazine: July 2005

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In This Issue

  • by Cecil Maranville
Through the ages people have sought comfort from the Psalms, finding their messages as soothing as a loving touch. But for a person dealing with chronic physical or emotional pain, the Psalms present another level of comfort. In this article you will read an overview of those songs that relate to chronic pain, fatigue, depression, disability and anxiety. Bible
  • by Noel Hornor
This century has seen astounding scientific and technological advancement. Developments continue to amaze. But is all such advancement a good thing?
  • by Rodney Hall
How should we live our lives? Does it really matter what we say, do or even think? There is a way that is best to follow, but you must make the choice.
  • by Jean Jantzen
Laying a solid foundation for correct behavior is one of the greatest gifts we can give our children. Consistency of expectations and not tolerating unacceptable behaviors is a start. But we also should teach basic manners and respect towards others. Mealtime and playtime can be useful in teaching the “lost art” of etiquette.
  • by Howard Davis
Digging deeply into the mystery of our existence, the Human Genome Project has brilliantly illuminated our knowledge of the mechanics of life—but revealed nothing about our ultimate purpose. To discover mankind’s purpose, we must look to another source.