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During this time of uncertainty due to coronavirus/COVID-19, people are finding they need many things: food, toilet paper, disinfectants, quicker testing, a sure cure, an immunization, reliable news and information, human contact and more. But perhaps the one thing our world and our nation n…

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“When peace like a river attendeth my way, when sorrows like sea billows roll, whatever my lot, Thou has taught me to say, ‘It is well, it is well with my soul!’

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Instead of the traditional birthday whoopla, lots of people are asking friends and family – the usual whoopla makers – to donate to a fundraiser that the birthday person is passionate about.

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How the world changes in a week. Who would have thought that everyone would be fighting for toilet paper, paper towels and Clorox wipes at Sam’s? Who would see that everything is closing, no sports, no travel, no cruises, no college classes on campus and no school in some places? Hope everyo…

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While I hear that the coronavirus really isn’t brand new, it (along with COVID-19) has become the most used words in 2020 thus far. It’s the lead story in every newscast and on the lips and in the minds of many.

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“Pray” in its different forms are mentioned hundreds of times in the Bible. Jesus Himself mentioned it over and over. That must mean it is important.

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Last week, I suffered through an experience that left me with burning red cheeks and a blood pressure that sent the numbers climbing.

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The Farm will hold its annual meeting on March 31 starting at 6:30 at the recreational center on Carolina Forest Boulevard. Even if you plan to attend, we ask you to mail your proxy in so we have a head count to reach our quota for a quorum.

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“Pray” in its different forms is mentioned between 500 and 600 times in the Bible, and is mentioned in almost every book of the Bible.

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I’m a skilled online shopper. Everything from vitamins to Skecher shoes may show up at my door any given day. In fact, a couch is scheduled to be delivered to my house tomorrow and I haven’t been near the Rooms To Go furniture store that is only about a mile from my house.

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It looks like spring may be on its way as the rain has stopped, and I hear that we will have a few days to dry out. The daffodils are up, and lots of buds are forming on the trees around the neighborhood. Norm and I walk around the neighborhood for exercise, and see that everything’s startin…

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Church, temple, chapel, assembly, hall, meeting place, cathedral, ministry, fellowship, center -- whatever.

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I’ve had a life-long battle with anemia and still remember the awful taste of the iron tonic I took as a boy. The anemia made me weak, tired and at times lifeless. The tonic added some life.

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I’ve had a lifelong battle with anemia and still remember the awful taste of the iron tonic I took as a little boy. The anemia made me weak, tired and at times “lifeless”. The tonic added some life.

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“When my life work is ended, and I cross the swelling tide, when the bright and glorious morning I shall see; I shall know my Redeemer when I reach the other side, and His smile will be the first to welcome me.

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“Could we with ink the ocean fill and were the skies of parchment made, were every stalk on earth a quill and every man a scribe by trade, to write the love of God above would drain the ocean dry; nor could the scroll contain the whole, though stretched from sky to sky.” (Meir Ben Isaac)

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“When my life work is ended and I cross the swelling tide, when the bright and glorious morning I shall see; I shall know my Redeemer when I reach the other side, and His smile will be the first to welcome me.

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The sun continued to rise and set and the world continued turning while Super Bowl fans and players may have forgotten that it was only a game.

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This is the seventh year this Column B has run in the paper the week before Valentine’s Day because once again, it’s been requested.

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Waterford Plantation held an open board of directors meeting on Jan. 13. There were about 40 people in the room, including husbands/wives, BOD members and Waccamaw Management representatives. There was a lot of information that should be detailed as minutes are distributed.