Fulfilled Promise (Apr 2017)
Pastor Walubita was visiting church members in the Kalenga area of Barotseland, which is one of the countries of Africa. He was talking to the believers about the blessings that come when we are faithful in paying our tithe to the Lord...
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Teens Who Abstain Are Healthier (Feb 2017)
Family First NZ is welcoming a new report from the USA showing that high school students who abstain from sexual activity rate significantly and consistently better in nearly all health-related behaviours and measures than their sexually active peers. The research from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the first ever of its kind, examines a large and diverse array of high school students’ health behaviours according to their self-reported sexual activity. .
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Worthless Clay Balls (Oct 2016)
A man was immensely enjoying his time exploring caves by the seashore. In one of those caves, he found a canvas bag with a number of hardened clay balls. It was like someone had rolled clay into balls, left them to dry in the sun to bake, put them into a bag and threw them into the back of the cave.
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God's Plan For Unity (Aug 2016)
This story is most probably for older young people, but older young people can be anyone from toddler to senior years. All can learn a valuable lesson from this story.
The division of Christianity has caused the loss of many souls, and is still doing so. Divisions are between denominations and within denominations. Shame upon us.
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He Gave His All (Jun 2016)
 A young nine year old boy named Timmy lived in a rural town in Tennessee. His home was in a poor area of town.
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Puppies For Sale (Apr 2016)
A farmer had some puppies he needed to sell, so he made up a sign advertising his four puppies and went out to nail the sale board on the edge of his yard.
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An Amazing Bank Acount (Feb 2016)
Think about if you had won an amazing  prize. Each morning your bank would deposit $86,400, into your private bank account for your use, but there are conditions.
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One Sweetly Solemn Thought (Dec 2015)
Phoebe Cary, 17, was visiting a young friend of hers in 1842. They had attended service together, and Phoebe had been strangely stirred by the sermon of Christ’s second coming.  When they reached the home of her friend, she quietly excused herself and went her bedroom on the third story, and began to write:
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Looking Ahead (Oct 2015)
A number of years ago, people who traveled along the great Lincoln Highway noticed numerous white crosses along the side of the road. When tourists inquired as to the reason these small crosses were staked along the sides of the road, they were told that each cross marked the spot where some life had been lost in an automobile accident.
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Our Witness (Aug 2015)
At the recent General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in San Antonio, Texas, a church member attending had an interesting experience. As he was walking in the airport, a United Airlines agent at the San Antonio airport beckoned him aside and said, “Excuse me sir, are you part of the large group there this week?”
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Little Ellen Harmon (Dec 2014)
I remember hearing a story once of a boy who had been to church and heard the minister tell the people that when God took away a man’s sins they were all gone, absolutely taken away. The little boy was talking with his mother about it. He said, “Mother, I can not understand how it is that my sins are gone. How can that be?”
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Sins All Gone (Oct 2014)
I remember hearing a story once of a boy who had been to church and heard the minister tell the people that when God took away a man’s sins they were all gone, absolutely taken away. The little boy was talking with his mother about it. He said, “Mother, I can not understand how it is that my sins are gone. How can that be?”
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God Answered A Child's Prayer (Aug 2014)
Many years ago there were two young boys, William and John, playing on the back of the Pecatonica River in north-western Illinois. Their ages were about seven years old and they lived relatively close to each other. William lived very close to the river edge with his parents, and John lived just over half a kilometre away. These boys were best playmates, although not related except by the ties of close friendship.
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Song Of Hope (Apr 2014)
It had been over a week and the only sounds you could hear were coming from the machines that were keeping me alive.
The brain haemorrhage had been massive and doctors say I should have died instantly. When I didn't, they immediately warned my family that if I ever did come out of the coma, there most likely would be a host of disabilities to face.
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To Love His Appearing (Feb 2014)
“Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.” ~2 Timothy 4:8
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I Wish You Enough (Dec 2013)
Recently I overheard an elderly father and his grown daughter in their last moments together at the airport before she left. The departure announcement had been made and they were standing near the security gate as they offered each other their goodbyes. They hugged and the father said, 'I love you, and I wish you enough.’
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The Homeless Pastor (Oct 2013)
A new pastor was coming to minister to a large church in town. No one knew him, he was a stranger to this particular town, so to see what the congregation was like, the very day he was to be introduced to that church, he transformed himself into a homeless person for a very specific purpose. He walked around his soon to be church for half an hour while it was filling with people for service.
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What Are You Worth? (Aug 2013)
Edward Bok, American editor, author, and philanthropist, well known in America during the 1920’s left on record the declaration that the greatest word in the American language is SERVICE. “Not service that serves self,” he specifies, “but the service that labours for the interest of others. This kind of service enables us to give the greatest, highest, and most directly profitable service to ourselves and to our God.” Seen from this viewpoint, service is not a stern duty at all; it is a high privilege.
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Unexpected Arrival (Feb 2013)
While President Dwight Eisenhower was taking a holiday in Denver, Colorado, his attention was called to an open letter in a local newspaper which told how six-year-old Paul Haley, dying of incurable cancer, had expressed a wish to see the President of the United States.
In one of those gracious gestures that are remembered long after a man’s most carefully prepared speeches are forgotten, the President decided to grant the boy’s wish.
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