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|Weekly devotional: Jan. 24, 2013|
By Gary Andrews
Television is one of the most advantageous items to have in the home or it can be the absolute worse item to have in your home. It all depends what you use it for and what you take away from it.
Newscasts tell us what is going on in our community, weather broadcasts keep us up to date with what we can expect now and over the next few days, and there are some very entertaining family shows, even though they are getting fewer and fewer each year. Soap operas have been on the air for many, many years and people get really involved with these characters and, on occasions, try to compare their every day living to what is a non-factious show.
I really do have to say that some of these shows are actually company for the lonely in the world and the ones that are in their homes with nowhere or no way to go. The largest problems with television, to me, are the reality shows.
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