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Author: Rev. Bernie Seter

Memorial Day Correction.

I attributed a lovely portion of a speech to an unknown author from around the time of WWI.  I made a mistake. It was part of an address delivered by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. for Memorial Day, May 30, 1884, at Keene, NH,...

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Prayers Ascend

I lived and worked for many years not far from the headwaters of the Arkansas River.  It starts as a tiny stream from a small picturesque waterfall from runoff of the snow pack on the mountains near the mine where I worked. ...

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Footnotes

Later this week, not on Sunday, we celebrate the ascension of Jesus to the right hand of the Father.  We reap the benefits of the ascension of Christ where He went to give gifts to men, and bring all of His enemies under His...

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Prevailing

  There is word in the New Testament that is used two times. It is used in the story of the men who meet a stranger on the road to Emmaus and at the end of their walk they say to Him “abide with us fast falls the eventide”....

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