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Joel Anderson,despite rumors to the contrary, is not a Klingon.

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  • Kindle shared from Daily Light on the Daily Path: Morning and Evening Devotionals from God's Word® by Baker Publishing Group
    A lazy person craves food and there is none, but the appetite of hard-working people is satisfied.
  • Kindle shared from Daily Light on the Daily Path: Morning and Evening Devotionals from God's Word® by Baker Publishing Group
    "Whoever brags must brag about what the Lord has done."
  • Kindle shared from Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow
    This eccentric and notably slovenly man was always trailed by his beloved dogs. “When I can be convinced that men are as worthy objects as dogs,” he once explained, “I shall transfer my benevolence to them.”
  • Kindle shared from Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow
    On April 5, 1769, Washington sent Mason a remarkable letter that gave both his private and his public reasons for supporting a boycott of British goods. Doubtless thinking of his own plight, he said a boycott would break the onerous cycle of debt that trapped many colonists, purging their extravagant spending. Before this the average colonial debtor was too weak to break this habit, “for how can I, says he, who have lived in such and such a manner, change my method? . . . besides, such an alteration in the system of my living will create suspicions of a decay in my fortune and such a thought...
  • Kindle shared from Why I Am a Christian by John Stott
    Why am I a Christian? Intellectually speaking, it is because of the paradox of Jesus Christ. It is because he who claimed to be his disciples’ Lord humbled himself to be their servant.