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What does Christmas mean to you?

What does Christmas mean to you? ...

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How is an excellent wife like a crown to her husband?

“If you are a good wife, you would have a crown like a queen, and your husband would be crowned as king,” says Meghan, 10. “But that’s only if you are generous and act nice toward your husband.” ...

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Why is doing what is right always best?

“God rejoices when we do right,” says Jennifer, 11. “He blesses us, praises us, rewards us and cherishes us. When we do right, we show that we appreciate him and love him with all out heart, soul, mind, spirit and body. God loves us, and he knows we understand that when we do what is right.” ...

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Why is doing what is right always best?

Doing the right thing and having fun may sound contradictory to many. The Bible calls this fun state “blessed.” Many people think fun comes when they break rules. Many movies depict lawless people having all the fun. ...

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Why should we give thanks to God?

“They are ‘thanks’ and ‘giving,’ and that’s what we need to do — thank others and be giving ...

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Who Is a Disciple of Christ?

Jesus’ disciples will love people by “telling them about Jesus, giving stuff to poor people and making pictures for grandma, grandpa, sister, brother, mom and dad.” ...

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Why has God the Father given his son power over everything?

He died on the cross to save us from our sins. This is cool for me to believe in him. He created everything, so he should have power over everything. I think he totally deserves it!” ...

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How can we make Jesus more important in our lives?

“We can make Jesus more important in our lives by putting Christ in the center of all we do,” ...

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How do you know if you’re going to Heaven?

If I’ve been better than most people, God will roll out the golden carpet to welcome me into heaven, right? WRONG! ...

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How can Christians be the salt of the earth and the light of the world?

That's a start. Being the light of the world doesn't call for knocking everyone else's lights out. Jesus had something different in mind when he told his disciples: "You are the salt of the earth" and "You are the light of the world" (Matthew 5:13-14). ...

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