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Story: Always a Way of Escape

“We’ve got you now.” The evil voice came over the loudspeaker, with a hideous laugh. Sam shuddered. It did indeed seem as if he was trapped. Hedges surrounded him on every side, looming above him and alongside him, as if they were about to devour him. All around was darkness. It was hopeless. Despair gripped…

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Short Story: Truth Glasses

Darkness—oppressive darkness. It was all Emma could see. No matter which way she looked, there it was staring back at her. Each path she could take led to the same thing: more darkness. What had become of light? Did it even exist anymore? Perhaps it did, somewhere. Emma knew at the end of her journey…

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Evangelism Is Good…But I Just Can’t Do It

I was blessed to be brought up hearing about Jesus and to find forgiveness in Him at an early age. I was active in serving within the church. Yet at the same time, I could count on one hand the people I’d shared the gospel with—and then, it had been quite poorly. It’s not that…

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Short Story: Ignoring the Lantern

Short Story: Ignoring the Lantern

The children started on their journey with a light heart. Their father had given them everything they needed to make the journey, including a lantern to light their path. There was just one problem. As odd as it might sound, the children weren’t using their lantern. They carried it with them–but they didn’t turn it…

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Story: Comparison Forest

Comparison Forest was a strange forest indeed. The fact that it had a lot of different types of trees in it didn’t make it strange. What made Comparison Forest unique was how all the trees compared themselves with each other. The maples all tried hard to stretch their branches higher, hoping to achieve the oak’s…

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Story: The Search for the Perfect Food

Steak - Story

“This steak is amazing!” Jessica exclaimed, heartily digging into her steak. “You think so? I was thinking that it’s not nearly as delicious as that Chinese place we went last night.” Jessica shook her head at her sister’s comment. It didn’t seem that Sue could be contented by anything. When they were at the Chinese…

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