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Even better than part one, Joanna Hogg’s sequel to her deeply autobiographical drama is simply one of the most sublime portraits of an artist …

We should thank God for His goodness, even when life is hard and troubles abound. Too often people are quick to complain and slow to give thanks. It doesn’t have to be this way. Instead we can focus on God’s goodness and, as the song says, “Count your blessings."

Because we live in a dark and confusing world, we need a reliable light. God has provided a bright light in the pages of Holy Scripture. We also need our spiritual eyes opened to comprehend and apply what has been written and preserved. We need biblical light and spiritual sight.

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The Republican Party’s ticket for statewide offices in Virginia said Saturday that this is the year for change in Richmond — following years of Democratic Party control in the commonwealth.

Benjamin Franklin once said: “Contentment makes poor men rich; discontent makes rich men poor.” It’s true. A contented person has what the discontented person searches for, but never finds. He has enough.

We recently had the investigation the state ordered into Virginia Military Institute. Now we have the investigation ordered into the investigation of the Virginia Parole Board. That report is now out and amounts to an “investigation of an investigation.” What to make of it?

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Bruno Mars doesn't miss. So in teaming with multi-hyphenate performer Anderson .Paak — this is the first offering off the duo's upcoming debut album, "An Evening with Silk Sonic" — he's created a timeless-sounding, retro-R&B love jam that is crafted with care and precision and actually sounds romantic, a quality missing from so many of today's wham-bam odes to hooking up. Here's to hoping the album fully carries on that vibe.

Worship is something you must offer personally from the heart. Being in church for worship is not just a social gathering; it is a spiritual gathering where we express our deepest devotion and reverence for the One who alone deserves it.

Only one perfect man has walked the face of this planet. His name is Jesus. Our best is not good enough, but Jesus offered Himself for us so that, by God’s Grace, we can come to Him — by faith. His best is good enough for the worst of us.

At springtime we celebrate the emergence of new life all around us in God’s beautiful world. It’s also a time to appreciate the new life God has given to His people through Christ our Lord. Let’s take a closer look at this new life we have as believers.

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ABINGDON, Va. — Abingdon’s long-awaited sports complex is slated for completion by the end of the year, said Town Manager Jimmy Morani. Quesenberry’s of Big Stone Gap, Virginia, has been given the green light with to start construction as the spring weather arrives, Morani said.

While we are living on earth our heart should be fixed on heaven. The Christian life is constantly drawn upward. In this brief message we will consider the “why” and “how” of a heaven-focused life.

2021 is here: A new leaf, a new year, hope for a brighter tomorrow. Goodbye 2020. You won’t be missed.

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? Want a suggestion or two? May I suggest that we all determine to be more childlike in the way we look at some things.

Billions of dollars will be spent on gifts this Christmas, but none can compare to God’s precious gift to us: the Holy Bible.

Running in the Christian race is extremely demanding and thoroughly humbling. Apart from God’s grace we could not be in the race, much less finish it. Place your faith in Christ, stay in the race, encourage others and finish the race by looking to Jesus.

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