Our DNA combined with the Son of Man’s DNA is the ladder that angels ascend and descend on (John 1:51). We see that the DNA spiral is superimposed over a waterfall. It’s a purifying and refreshing waterfall that goes both … Continue reading
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German immigrants to America are most probably the root of the spread of the American Christmas Tree, but not the carriers. That honor appears to go to commercial literature in the form of holiday Gift Books. Just know a paradox … Continue reading
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Every year as people “take on” Christmas, stress arises. I remember when I was growing up, my mom used to say, “I wish Christmas would be like it used to be.” You know the one. The one where snow gently … Continue reading