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identity

The New Gold

Would you be surprised to learn that there are greater motivators than money and prestige? Studies show that deeper motivation comes from the desire for autonomy, mastery, and purpose. I could dedicate a blog to this or you could check out Daniel Pink and learn so much more. Jesus understood the power of these motivational tools. When [...]

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Lies About You

Jerusalem was rife with drama as the Man was brought before the authorities.  False accusations and lies were thrust at Him, “But Jesus kept silent.” ————————————————————————– Defending one’s self has become somewhat of a right. Much of the time our words are used to create, correct, or restore our own public image.  It can be [...]

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10 Things About the Lion

“He’s not a tame lion.” Those words from C.S. Lewis’  “The Chronicles of Narnia” go far to express the futility in caging Christ. Paul’s letter to the Colossians requires that we maintain our perspective on His Majesty.  In six verses Paul says of Jesus, 1)  He is the image of the invisible God, 2)  He [...]

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Confidence

Some say our self-esteem is determined by what we think the most important person in our life thinks about us. Certainly it matters. But if we derive our confidence from what others say about us, we can become anything from prideful to pitiful– depending on their mood and their perspective. It’s a roller-coaster existence. The [...]

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Why They Can’t See Jesus

Zacchaeus’ desire (“He wanted to see who Jesus was…“) is not unlike our own desire before knowing Him – and even since. If we were to peel away the layers of distraction that are applied to each of us we could find at our core the longing to see our Father; and since Jesus is [...]

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