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New Beginnings by Gertrude B. McClain

by Matthew Myles, Sr

New Beginnings by Gertrude B. McClain It’s only the beginning now ….a pathway yet unknown, At times the sound of other steps ….sometimes we walk alone. The best beginnings of our lives May sometimes end in sorrow, But even on our darkest days …. the sun will shine tomorrow. So we must do our very […]

ILLUSIONS IN LIFE II

by Matthew Myles, Sr

ILLUSIONS IN LIFE II Beyond the “Illusions” nestled in and around most; the real person good or bad; is hidden behind a mask that must be discovered and removed. Otherwise, those void of knowledge and understanding will be engulfed accordingly! Man is very complex and difficult to know! He will surprise you after 10 or […]

War, and Rumors of War

by Larry Johnson

This is a scary season. Not because Halloween is just around the corner. Our fear comes from the daily tweets threatening to launch a nuclear war against our enemies. It’s not that we’re naïve, for we know that past presidents have dealt with the same enemies. It’s just that their methods toward reconciliation were less […]

Punctuating Your Purpose

by Larry Johnson

It’s graduation time, and students are moving up and out. Millions of students are headed to college to broaden their horizons. If high school taught them how to use punctuation marks, college will teach them what to put between them. It’s a time for punctuating their purpose and expressing their opinions on the subject of […]

Living As a Child of God

by Larry Johnson

The Lord restored the fortunes of Job when he prayed for his friends, and the Lord increased all that Job had twofold. (Job 42:10) If you are familiar with the story of Job, you will recall that Job’s friends were not that friendly to him at all. In fact, when Job was at the worst […]

God’s Presence is Powerful

by Larry Johnson

Then King Nebuchadnezzar was astonished; and he rose in haste and spoke, saying to his counselors, “Did we not cast three men bound into the midst of the fire?” They answered and said to the king, “True, O king.”  “Look!” he answered, I see four men loose, walking in the midst of the fire, and […]

You Are Unique

by Larry Johnson

On August 8, 1983, out of 12,500 applicants for its freshman class, Harvard University accepted 2,200 new students. Among them was a very unusual applicant, a young man from Booneville, California, who had skipped school for the past eleven years and had spent his time raising goats and studying at home. The unusual boy did […]