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December 2017 - Page 3

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The Death of Stonewall Jackson

Editor’s note:  The following is extracted from Hero Tales of American History, by Henry Cabot Lodge and Theodore Roosevelt (published 1895).  Roosevelt is the author of this chapter.  Though plainly writing from

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Saint Nicholas, Part Three

Nicholas took his responsibilities as Bishop very seriously. Seeking guidance through revelation. he went up into the mountains to pray unto God for renewal. As he was praying, a river broke forth

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Romulus – Part 13

Editor’s Note:  This is the thirteenth chapter of Romulus, by Jacob Abbott (published 1902). (Continued from Part 12) XIII.  Conclusion After the termination of the Sabine war, Romulus continued to reign many

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Clean it, Maintain it, Fix it

Editor’s Note: Written by Stephen Clay McGehee. Reposted with permission from The Southern Agrarian – http://www.southernagrarian.com/ In a reply to a previous post [Ed. Note: This is a link to his own website], I was reminded of

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Romulus – Part 12

Editor’s Note:  This is the twelfth chapter of Romulus, by Jacob Abbott (published 1902). (Continued from Part 11) XII.  The Sabine War While the negotiations with the Sabines were still pending, Romulus

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The Third Sunday in Advent

The Collect O LORD Jesus Christ, who at thy first coming didst send thy messenger to prepare thy way before thee; Grant that the ministers and stewards of thy mysteries may likewise

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Another Christmas Miracle

Marko Dutschak will forever believe in Christmas miracles. In 2008, Marko developed a cyst on his spine that quickly grew to envelope that portion of his spine. At the age of seven,

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