December 12

1 John 1-2, Psalm 36

Freddie Prinze, actor and comedian, unfortunately took his life in 1977, at the age of 23, writing: "I must end it. There's no hope left. I'll be at peace. No one had anything to do with this.

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Marj Lancaster
December 11

2 Peter 1-3, Psalm 35

Last year, mobs of women came to protest in many major cities starting in January 2017. Among the big ticket items on their agenda were abortion and homosexual rights.

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Marj Lancaster
December 10

1 Peter 3-5, Psalm 34

Growing up, my nephew Rick and I were best friends, being only 4 months apart in age. I got married young (20 years old), and he was never married, so as we got older, though friends, we were not as close as we were when we were younger.

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Marj Lancaster
December 9

1 Peter 1-2, Psalm 33

Being a physician for 30 years it takes a lot to shock me now concerning my patients, since through the years I have seen and heard so many different things.

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Marj Lancaster
December 8

James 4-5, Psalm 32

When I do hospital rounds on some of my Orthodox Jewish patients, at certain times of the day, they will put their finger up for me to wait a minute as they finish their prayers.

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Marj Lancaster
December 7

James 1-3, Psalm 31

I have described my son, Michael's, testimony previously. After accepting the offer to be discipled in the Word of God over 4 years ago, after 1 year he accepted Jesus as his Savior. But the process of getting rid of his old ways was a slow and difficult process.

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Marj Lancaster
December 6

Hebrews 11-13, Psalm 30

I was a competitive swimmer in college. My best event was the individual medley, but at times the coach would place us in other events depending on the competitiveness of the other teams.

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Marj Lancaster
December 5

Hebrews 7-8, Psalm 28

In our world of political correctness, many would like to consider Jesus to be a good man, a good option, someone who you can admire, but certainly not the only way.

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Marj Lancaster
December 4

Hebrews 7-8, Psalm 28

In our world of political correctness, many would like to consider Jesus to be a good man, a good option, someone who you can admire, but certainly not the only way.

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Marj Lancaster
December 3

Hebrews 5-6, Psalm 27

When I was accepted to medical school in 1984, on the next day they did not give me a scalpel and tell me to operate. I then went through 4 years of school, 4 years of residency, and further discipling by my senior partners for years to lead me to maturity as a physician.

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Marj Lancaster
December 2

Hebrews 3-4, Psalm 26

A vaccine consists of either dead virus or bacteria or weakened forms of it. By administering it we develop immunity to the real infectious agents. So many people have grown up in dead religions or in dead churches under priests or pastors devoid of genuineness.

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Marj Lancaster
December 1

Hebrews 1-2, Psalm 25

There is a sign on the Wellington River which flows into Niagra Falls: Do you have an anchor? Do you know how to use it? For us, the people of God, our anchor is the Word of God.

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Marj Lancaster