There are those who, having groped in the darkness, having searched at the very bounds of hope’s dominion, return with light which lights the darkness for others, which gives hope to the hopeless, faith to those in doubt. Songs like these seem to come from such places: Where Feet May Fail Oceans … Continue reading Light in the Darkness
A husband had fallen out of favor with his wife. No matter what he tried, he just couldn’t bring himself to clean the house. He asked friends and professionals for advice, but nothing seemed to help. Why was the local hypnotist finally able to help him?
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When rumors of the resurrection began to be noised about, what was it like for her who had been his mother, who had nursed him and reared him and known him as a child? Did those rumors awaken in her memories of more than thirty years past, from a time when the Angel Gabriel had appeared … Continue reading Rumors of the Resurrection
What kind of soup do turtles find the most insulting?
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I would like to briefly juxtapose one story with another, the story of The Railway Children by Edith Nesbit with the story of the Resurrection in the Gospels. At the end of Nesbit’s The Railway Children, an old gentlemen comes to visit the family at Three-Chimney’s. He believes there is reason to hope that their father who has been unjustly … Continue reading In Hope of Very Wonderful Things, An Easter Reflection