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4 Steps to Abandoning Resentment

I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that each of us has felt resentment. Perhaps it’s at work, in the church, or even in our own home. We resent being over-used or under-utilized. We resent being unappreciated or misunderstood, talked about or not talked about, called and not called. We start with a set [...]

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Dark Motives Stirring

Joseph needed someone to speak on his behalf as his jealous brothers conspired to kill him, an act which would rob him (and a starving generation) of God-favored destiny. Reuben became that someone. “But Reuben heard it, and he delivered him out of their hands, and said, ‘Let us not kill him.’” (Genesis 37:21). More [...]

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It is Written But it is Useless, Unless…

We may pride ourselves on our knowledge of the Word and our ability to cite scripture; certainly an understanding of the Word of God is one of the most valuable things we can attain. But when Jesus stated, “It is written” in response to the temptation of our shared enemy, the power wasn’t in the [...]

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God and Your GPS

On a few occasions I have felt that I know better than my GPS. And as it patiently insists that I should turn left at the next intersection, I ignore the “2001: A Space Odyssey HAL wannabe” and follow something greater, wilder, and more alive. My intuition. This internal guidance system, when submitted to God, [...]

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What is Your God Language?

There are two languages through which our theology can be spoken, and one root language. We can speak through our actions and by our fruit. But the root must be love. If our theology – what we actually believe about God – is not communicated in our actions and with corresponding fruit in love, our [...]

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