THE NEW POOR AND THE HUGE GIFT

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ANECDONET is the story of two friends who became aware of the need of finding graphic ways to express abstract ideas. That’s the way Jesus Christ used to communicate: parables, short stories or “stories with intention” as we like to call them. Then we decided to contribute our time and talents without earning a cent….
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THE BOX

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The Box  “Success Panic” passed the threshold of my door when I was 44.  It hit me with a blunt object: My slavish devotion to the art of the deal and the thrill of the kill.  Like most thrills, the excitement of making money was beginning to wear off.  I had begun to ask myself,…
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WHAT IS CRUCIFIXION?

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Passion of Christ Crucufixion in nothing like easy and funny.  We will offer today a description of a Crucifixion made by an MD. It may help us to appreciate what really happened. What is crucifixion?  A medical doctor provides a physical description:  The cross is placed on the ground and the exhausted man is quickly…
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IN WHOSE HANDS

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In Whose Hands  A basketball in my hands is worth about $19.  A basketball in Michael Jordan’s hands is worth about $33 million.   It depends whose hands it’s in.   A baseball in my hands is worth about $6.  A baseball in Mark Mcguire’s hands is worth $19 million. It depends whose hands it’s in.  A…
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[ENGLISH] GREAT SACRIFICE

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Great Sacrifice:  There once was this turntable bridge which spanned a large river.  During most of the day, the bridge sat parallel with the tracks, allowing ships to pass freely on both sides.  But at certain times each day a train would come along, and the bridge would be turned sideways across the river allowing…
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