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Do You Wish God Would Just Be Specific?

I’ve heard people comment that the Bible is too general.  I’ve heard (and probably said it myself) that if God would just be specific, I would know what to do and I would do it.  Well, take heart!  God prompted the apostle Paul to be very specific with the new ...

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Why Criticizing Others is Harmful

Criticism can be defined as dwelling on the perceived faults of another person with no view to their good. “But why do you judge your brother? Or why do you show contempt for your brother? For we shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ. For it is written: ...

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The Difficult Path To Reconciliation

It seems I hear it daily–someone is at odds with a loved one.  Strife between a husband and wife leads to a strained silence.  Misunderstandings between parents and children of all ages, create hurt feelings and walls of separation.   Siblings no longer want to speak to one another because of ...

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The Cosmic Battle Between Pride and Humility

A crowd of witnesses circles the arena–some chanting with puffed up confidence–others smiling with blessed assurance knowing the outcome. In one corner paces Me, Myself, and I empowered by Pride. In the other corner Humility waits patiently empowered by Righteousness. It is a battle waged since the early days of ...

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