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FAITH COLUMN

On the surface, Ecclesiastes seems really depressing, concluding that life under the sun is hevel: a vain meaninglessness that, like a wisp of steam or smoke, you can see and feel, but never actually get a grip on.
As you run this race of life, he is there for you.
Life is full of transitions where we are forced to learn.
My dad would ask those questions of people he met.

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In Ecclesiastes 3:6 it says, “A time to get and a time to lose; a time to keep and a time to cast away.”
In our nation we have to decide how are we going to use the many blessings, gifts and freedoms we have received.
Program to begin in September.
Our culture is becoming windier than southwest Minnesota.
Fortunately, we are not left to our own devices to make sense of a life punctuated by death.
Faith of Jesus gets us to a point of hope.

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We experience the most joyous moments of our lives right alongside those devastating and tragic moments.
This weekend’s holiday is not on the calendar to just give an extra day off or to get a good deal on an item, but it is to remember those who have given their lives.
None of us go through life without facing challenges and hard times.

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