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ERRING ON THE SIDE OF CAUTION

It is awkward fact of life. Whenever we engage in a complex activity, we will make mistakes. When we go to our doctor or dentist, our doctor or dentist will make mistakes. When we buy a home or a car, … Continue reading

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POSTS WORTH READING — October 13, 2014

Election Day, November 4, 2014, is approaching. News/Editorials Watch Mark Warner and Ed Gillespie meet for first Virginia Senate debate. Judge the candidates for yourself. Just be careful. When Warner calls Republicans extremists, we must make certain we don’t let our eyeballs roll … Continue reading

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AN ABUSE OF THE IMAGINATION

We do not find it easy to read the Bible, not at first. It is a long book, and parts of it can seem rather dull. As we sit there reading such sections we wonder why, if this truly is God’s … Continue reading

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POSTS WORTH READING — October 6, 2014

Ebola was the big topic this week. Let’s pray this epidemic doesn’t get any bigger. News/Editorials The Ebola Patient Was Sent Home Because of Bad Software (www.theatlantic.com) – We are blaming software? When we knew exactly where the people who have … Continue reading

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WHEN WE BEHAVE LIKE A FOOL

Who Would Tell You “You Are Behaving Like A Fool”? Consider our experience in this life. When we do something foolish, embarrassed for us our friends will look aside and our enemies will point out our indiscretion to their friends. When … Continue reading

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