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The Right Path
Show me the right path, O Lord; point out the road for me to...
You Formed Me
Your hands made me and fashioned me; give me understanding,...
He Drove Them Out
And He made a scourge of cords, and drove them all out of the...


The Bible Says
Step Out of the Boat
Have you ever noticed that in the story of Peter walking on...
About Time
Time is a currency I frequently struggle to make good use of....
The Fragrance
With winter passed, the warmer months of late spring, summer,...


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Compassion

Anthropologist Margaret Mead once said that the earliest sign of civilization in a given culture was a healed femur - a broken leg that had healed. Why? No mended bones are found where the law of the jungle - survival of the fittest - reigns. But a healed femur shows that someone cared. Someone had to do the injured person's hunting and gathering until the leg healed and the person had mended sufficiently to be able to once again fend for herself. So, said Mead, the evidence of compassion is the first sign of civilization.

     Among those watching and waiting for Jesus' second coming, compassion will be evident. Someone is hungry; someone else is thirsty; a person is a stranger; someone else is naked; a woman is sick; a man is in prison. These are simple needs with simple solutions. There is nothing mentioned here that is outside the reach of any one of us. There are no dramatic acts, no miracles, no outstanding events. Just caring for the simple needs of needy people.

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Pathfinders & Adventurers

Gem State Adventist Academy Events

Family First

Life is About Moments
Browsing through a magazine recently I turned the page and my...
Father to the Fatherless
So, what’s the big deal about fatherless homes? Isn’t that...
Helping
With windows sparkling, I stepped back to enjoy the view of...

Staying Young

Treasures or Things?
Like a moth drawn to the light. I‘m wooed to beautiful, old...
Brain-Eating Disease
I met him once: the young surgeon who saved a dear friend’s...
Learning to Say No
I’m a people pleaser and find it hard to say ‘no.’ I...

 

 


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