Issue 9901-1/3/19

By: David Gibson (CNS)
Originally Appeared in : 9901-1/3/19

The action on the field during a particularly exciting football game often locks spectators in its grip. With minutes to go and everything hanging in the balance, spectators hold their breath, jump up and down or even pray. The moment consumes them.


By: Rose Bernard
Originally Appeared in : 9901-1/3/19
In an article in your November 22 issue, “Identify with the suffering of all God’s people,” the author says that the statement, “Love the sinner, but hate the sin,” is equivalent to blaming someone. This translation is inaccurate.
1 Corinthians 13 says, “Love hopes all things.” Therefore, the above statement translates, “Hope in the sinner, but hate the sin.” Yes, it says, “I love you, but I hate what you are doing.”
By: Juliette Barry
Originally Appeared in : 9901-1/3/19
As a wife, mother and grandmother I naturally pray that my family as well as all those around us, our great country, in fact all the world could live in peace and harmony.
I am pro-life and in favor of self defense and defending our family from outside attack. Therefore I’m pro-Second Amendment.
God be praised—our wise, God fearing Founding Fathers knew the importance of self defense and the necessity of enabling the citizens to protect themselves from those who don’t value life nor the laws of the land.
By: Padre Pablo Migone
Originally Appeared in : 9901-1/3/19
Recientemente vi una película lanzada en el 2007. Había escuchado que era excelente, pero no encontraba la historia muy interesante: un joven se va de excursión a Alaska y muere poco antes de regresar a la civilización al erróneamente comer semillas venenosas. Ahora reconozco que estuve muy equivocado. La historia de Christopher McCandless es extraordinariamente conmovedora. Es una historia de descubrimiento, sanación y lamentablemente de una muerte prematura.


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