by Jeffrey W. Hamilton I.         Edmund Burke once said, “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”             A.        In the endless battle between good and evil, it is seldom the numbers that determine the outcome of each skirmish.             B.        Many times, the side for the right has beaten overwhelming odds             C.        More…

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Text: II Timothy 2:8-19   I.         It is fascinating to read well crafted prose or poetry. With just a few words, the author can communicate not only a message, but even a mood.             A.        Individual words are not flat. Even synonyms carry subtle differences in meaning.             B.        And the idea is not restricted to the English language. Languages…

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