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Repentance and Brokenness

by Steve Wentland, Ed.D.O.L. When I ask for forgiveness it brings me often to tears. My heart is moved and my emotions kick-in. I cry, and often I cry for some time. I do not understand why repentance has aspects of crying, humbleness, and wanting to be a better person but it does. I am […]

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by Steve Wentland, Ed.D.O.L. Today, a problem seems to rest not in truth itself but ‘the finding of truth.’ Truth if it is truth is not relative, cannot be misinterpreted, not undiscoverable but can be denied. We might not like the truth but let us never allow someone to tell us that we cannot have […]

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