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Articles written by Pastor Lee Seese

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I love it when a plan comes together. Things working out as they are supposed to is always preferred. God is the master planner. As Easter approaches I am reminded of Christmas and the genealogy...

 

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I have had the privilege of being in over 40 states and eight countries. I have seen amazing cities and beautiful rural landscapes. The mountains and the beach are attractive to me. Getting away is...

 

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When we last left Naomi she was bitterly back in Bethlehem but the barley harvest began. The culture and customs would have been new to Ruth, but her focus was on being a support to her...

 

Lines By Lee: The Truth from Ruth: Part 1

The book of Ruth is only four chapters long and named after the star of the story. It is easy to overlook the truths of the book or relegate it to a ladies Bible study. I thought it might be...

 

Lines By Lee: God Is Love

Last week I approached a woman. When she saw me she said, "You look wonderful." Of course I liked the sound of that. Then she added, "I love you." I was not expecting that! She was not my wife....

 

Lines By Lee: Weather or Not

Are you ready for the big day? Groundhog Day is right around the corner! The idea of the Punxsy prognosticator predicting the future has me thinking about the weather. Weather is one of the most...

 

Lines By Lee: What Is it Worth?

Months ago when the Steelers were playing well (remember that?) I was in a nursing home where they were raffling off two tickets to the final home game. The money went to a good cause and I thought that would be a big game and the tickets would be...

 

Lines By Lee: All Year Long

Since this column is appearing on my birthday, I thought I would share my birthday wish. World peace would be nice, but that’s not looking very promising. A cure for cancer would be great, also....

 

Lines By Lee: The Bread of Life

Often when I hear the song “O Little Town of Bethlehem,” I think back to my seminary Hebrew studies. I must admit that not much of it stuck with me, nor do I use what I learned very often. However, I do remember that Bethlehem means “house of...

 

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