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November 2014

Number 30


Elderly Friends

Jenny – The Cost of Friendship by Ronda Knuth

From the day I first met him, Hank had my heart. A tall, gracious man, he fairly filled a room with his presence. He was a man of few words and eyes that twinkled when he smiled. Physically he had his good days, and he had his bad days hence his need for Assisted Living. On the days when he felt good, he carried a daily activity sheet in hand and participated in every event that struck his fancy. He hadn't been at Pinehurst long when he and sweet Jenny formed a friendship. Where you saw one, the other was close by. She took his good-natured teasing in stride; he let her dote over him with motherly concern. Neither said a great deal, seemingly content just to be together.

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Fiddle Player

It’s All About Christ by Bill Hennessy

TV, radio and newspaper advertisements promise happiness when we buy their sponsors products. Employers tell us that we will be fulfilled when we land the right position. Car companies tell us that true happiness comes from buying their new car. Men's magazines tell us we can be happy if we chase after women. But can anything this world offers add value to your life? Can any possession bring us worth or happiness?"

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Family Altar

The Family Altar by Sylvia Stewart

Not everyone is as fortunate as we are to have children who grow up to love God. One thing we did that some people do not: We started having family prayers when our first child was only eighteen months old. Some of the components of an effective family altar are the following:

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Jordan River

Aaron’s Grandson by Jim Cole-Rous

His upbringing as a son of Eleazar and grandson of Aaron the High Priest, gave him instant understanding of the enormity of the offence. Thousands were dying of a plague, and the anger of God was upon the people for their sexual immorality. Here were Zimri and Cozbi openly challenging the standards God had set for his people. His blood boiled, he grabbed a javelin, and went into the tent after them.

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Christmas Tree

Coming in December-Christmas – Planned Before Creation by Fred Smolchuck

How and where did it start? Was it in Bethlehem? No, it didn't really begin there; the idea was born long before the angels announced it to the shepherds. Old Testament prophets predicted Christ's coming. In my mind I eventually drifted back in time to the Garden of Eden. I thought, "That's it," it was in Eden that God promised a Redeemer, -- right? Yes, that's true. But the Lord reminded me that actually the Christmas story started long before Eden. The Bible discloses that Christmas was in the heart of God.

FRED SMOLCHUCK

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