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Heart Slave

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Exodus 21 and Leviticus 15 both describe a situation that is foreign to us. It offends our modern sensibilities. It involves slavery or more accurately, indentured servitude. However, this situation illustrates a marvelous truth about God.

Exodus 12 and Leviticus 15 give guidelines for one Hebrew being a slave to another Hebrew. The slave would serve for a specific period of time (6 years), thus we

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Good Thinking: October is a Lady

by Dr. Don Kuehle

October is a beautiful lady. She invites us to visit awhile, to learn from her the secrets of the good life.

“O suns and skies and clouds of June; and flowers of June together.

Ye cannot rival for one hour October’s bright blue weather.” — Helen Hunt Jackson

October reminds us that there is bounteous beauty in the world, if only we would take the time

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Defining Obscenity

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

Do Republicans eat more than Democrats or do they just order more expensive food? I have a feeling that the 8,500 children who are going to die today don’t care. They just want a meal. That comes out to one child every 10 seconds. Yes, you’ve heard it before.

Since January of 2011 the members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the

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Reruns Marking Time

Dw.cdrTime moves on. We are given reminders, constantly.

The other night I stumbled onto one of those half-hour infomercials on late night television and found myself watching the whole thing. It hawked a complete set of “The Ed Sullivan Show” episodes, “yours for just five easy payments.” I wasn’t tempted. But I did get a kick out of seeing how many of the guest stars and performers I recognized. I

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Good Thinking: Autumn Reverie

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Autumn takes center stage mid the heat of September and exits on cue

in the cold of December. No other season moves from one extreme to the other like autumn. The poets help us see the complexity of autumn.

“Across the pearly distance it lies on hill and stream,

In banks of airy turquoise as softly as a dream.

A slumberous smoke that rises serenely in

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Be Fruitful

ShepherdCalls_WPSeveral days ago, the Kansas City Star ran a front-page story about carrier pigeons, aka passenger pigeons. The article seemed so unbelievable, I checked it out in several other sources. It seems this bird was once the most prolific bird in America and perhaps in the world. Historical documents of our earliest settlers tell of flocks so large they darkened the sky and took hours to pass over. A Virginia

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Praying for Brothers

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Acts 18 tells about Paul’s work in Corinth. Paul was staying in the home of Aquilla and Priscilla while making tents and testifying about Christ in the synagogue. Unbelieving Jews threw Paul out of the synagogue, so God in His marvelous way arranged for Paul to move into the home of Titius Justus, who just happened to live next door to the synagogue. Paul lived there

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Poosey Digest: Edith’s Cornballs

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

Pity our poor National Anthem. As it celebrates its 200th birthday this year the song has been much maligned as “unsingable,” “war like,” and simply old-fashioned. The fellow who penned it after watching the bombardment of Fort McHenry in the War of 1812 meant it to be nothing more than a poem. He never intended for someone to set it to a piece

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Lookin’ for the Sizzle

Dw.cdrRemember that TV commercial now in distant past, where one of the two ol’ ladies standing in line at a hamburger joint looked down, holding mostly a bun, and blared: “Where’s the beef?”

Sometimes life’s like that. Sometimes you can spend a lot of time working on something you think you can sink your teeth into only to eventually realize what you wind up with is not quite what you

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