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Titus: A Comrade of the Cross – a classic novel for Easter

In 1894, a publisher held a writing competition to obtain the best manuscript that would inspire a child’s Christian faith. Florence Kingsley submitted her manuscript for Titus: A Comrade of the Cross and won the $1,000 award. In six weeks, 200,000 copies had been printed to meet demand. The story is about a young boy …

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Just As I Am – words of hope and life

My thanksgiving that I am accepted above, just the way I am, prompted by the beloved hymn… J ust as I am, without one plea but that thy blood was shed for me, and that thou bidd’st me come to Thee E ternal Lord, everlasting Father, O Lamb of God, I come S inful, powerless, …

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He is Risen…

…He is risen indeed! This is the traditional celebration, greeting and response for this sacred day.  It is Easter, the most important holiday in the Christian calendar. By God’s grace, his Son died in place of us, and offers the free gift of eternal life, through faith in Jesus. I watched the video “The Passion …

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The Beauty of Easter

Easter, Just As I Am J ust as I am, without one plea but that thy blood was shed for me, and that thou bidd’st me come to Thee E ternal Lord, everlasting Father, O Lamb of God, I come S inful, powerless, weak, foolish, confused, tired, I come to Thee. U nless you fill …

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