What Love looks Like

Augustine, the great bishop of Hippo in North Africa, understood how foundational love is to the believer’s life.

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Two Laws that Govern our Lives

Harry Houdini, the famous escape artist of years ago, issued a challenge wherever he went. He could be locked in any jail cell in the country, he claimed, and set himself free in a short time.

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We Would see Jesus

A minister who was failing to preach Christ found a note in the pulpit Bible one Sunday morning. It read, “Sir, we would see Jesus.”

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Two Kinds of Men

Charles G. Finney, one of the great evangelists of the 19th century, in his famous Revival Lectures, devoted an entire chapter to the subject of “false comforts for sinners.”

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Up the Walls with Worry

There is a story of a philosophical clock, which fell into the trap of worry. It began to think about its future, as it was placed on the shelf for the first time.

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Two Irreconcilable Forces

      In the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, there is a beautiful, white statue called “The Struggle Between the Two Natures” by George Gray Barnard.

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Two Ways to Live Life

“The poorest way to face life is to face it with a sneer” (Theodore Roosevelt).

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Two Figures Found in Pompeii

There were two figures found in Pompeii when it was unearthed many years ago.

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Two Tradgedies in Life

George Bernard Shaw observed, “There are two tragedies in life. One is not to get your heart’s desire. The other is to get it.” 1

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Twisting the Rope until it Breaks

Why are the people of New York always frantically rushing to catch a train?

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