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King of the Mountain

Biblical truths learned from atop a hill

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One of my favorite games to play as a kid was “King of the Mountain.”

While not one of my neighborhood’s knuckleheads was actual royalty, and the “mountain” was really just a small hill near my home in central Kansas, we would spend hours trekking up — and falling down — that hill.

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Chuck Kralik, Author

Chuck Kralik, Author

Pastor and Christian Writer — Author of "Finished: A Fictional Story With Heavenly Truth" — Read more at www.chuckkralikauthor.com

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