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  • THE EDGE OF ETERNITY

    I’m living on the edge of eternity.

    About two years ago, I was struck with a double-whammy. I had a triple-bypass (which ultimately failed) and kidney failure — all at the same time.

    After the surgery. the doctor met me in my hospital room. “Mr. Miller,” he said, “I have good news for you and bad...

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  • AN INVESTMENT IN A BRIGHT FUTURE

    Nancy and I have just revised our will.
    This is not the first time we have revised it. From the time we made our first will, over 50 years ago, we have changed our will a dozen times or more. But there is one aspect of our will that has remained the same...

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  • MERCY COMES FIRST

    When average Ukrainians are facing serious medical conditions, they depend a lot on God’s mercy and help of others.

    The mother begs for help from all people whether she knows them or not.

    Couple years ago a mother came to our center in Pulin and told us the story of Marina, her teenage daughter, who was...

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  • THE BURNING CANDLE

    As Nancy strung the lights (little artificial candles) on our tree this afternoon, I was reminded of a meditation given by the Rev. Dr. J. Val Hastings, Sr., my late brother-in-law, one Christmas Eve.

    Among other things, he said: “It seems that when a child is born, God places a burning candle in the heart of...

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  • A CHICKEN TRACTOR

    Most people have never heard of a chicken tractor. But while in Ukraine recently on a three-week mission tour, I helped the Vigoda guys build three chicken tractors.

    A chicken tractor is a moveable pen approximately six feet wide, eight feet long, and two feet high. This tractor is composed of wood, wire, screws, metal...

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