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the truth about lying
We have all experienced opening the refrigerator and meeting a foul smell. Something expired and now is becoming a "science project."  Lying can be like this. Lying is subtle but, figuratively speaking, rot leads to stench. Basset hounds have a keen sense of smell. They possess up to 300 million olfactory receptors in their noses, compared to about six million...
leading into the beyond
Often our shortcomings are glaring and can traffic our mind way too much. We overcompensate with excuses or act in guilt motivation to do better. Looking at others we compare ourselves and often it is the mirror and speaker that defeats us from the inside out. Even though this reality has truth to it, there is another reality that...
remedy to weak faith
"I assure you that whoever tells this hill to get up and throw itself in the sea and does not doubt in his heart, but believes that what he says will happen, it will be done for him." –Mark 11:23 These are the words of our savior and lord, Jesus Christ. In other words, we'll say that this is a...
seeking the lords help during trouble
"The LORD is my light and my salvation --- whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life --- of whom shall I be afraid?" –Psalm 27:1 It is one of the most powerful quotes from the Bible against all none. It makes one think about the courage and confidence that we can build up with the...
spirit of evangelism
The phrase "keep your eye on the ball" is very important when you're out there evangelizing (Ephesians 4:14). People will take out their cameras, give you the middle finger, shout at you, honk at you, cheer you on, thank you, tell you to go away, walk away from you, get the local authority on you (for doing nothing wrong), and...
Jesus will pierce your darkness
We have all been in seasons where the darkness has overwhelmed us. Understanding fails us and our sense of God is lost in inner anguish. We lament over things that have been long gone but it feels like it just happened. Heaviness and despair can be our companion more often than we would care to admit. But in this...
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