A hymn by Augustus Toplady.
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An excerpt from a longer sermon delivered by C. H. Spurgeon.
It’s fascinating to read the stories of medical marvels and miraculous incidences of “coincidental” healings that baffle physicians, leaving logic in the dust. Perusing historical reports reveals case after case of uncanny recoveries that go against science and common reasoning. You might even say, they’re supernatural.
I think it’s safe to say that we’re in the midst of the Golden Age of smartphones. Every year, a new iPhone is released, which is touted to be the most amazing, incredibly crafted iPhone yet! There’s seemingly an endless array of Android phones as well, each seeking to garner attention from the masses by marketing a special, niche feature that the iPhone doesn’t have (yet). Smartphones are all the craze nowadays — and you aren’t somebody until you have one…
A commentary upon Psalm 119:81-88.
In 2008, the economic world saw the exposure of what is considered the largest ponzi scheme in U.S. history. Financial broker and advisor Bernie Madoff had served as the chairman of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities since 1960, which quickly became one of the top market maker businesses on Wall Street.
A commentary upon Psalm 119:49-56.
Commentary upon Psalm 119:9-16.
The good thing about beginnings is that they offer so much hope. There’s no past. No remorse for those you’ve hurt. No regrets for what’s been done. No shame for poor decisions and errant judgment. Starting at the beginning promises a clean slate, an empty page upon which to have your story written. So, too, do New Year’s offer glimpses of hope.