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patience

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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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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Yes, You Must Be Perfect. Kinda’.

The Apostle Paul penned a number of scriptures that encourage us in pursuit of perfection (Ephesians 4:13; Colossians 1:28; Colossians 4:12).  James had some things to say (James 1:4; James 3:2). Jesus talked about perfection, too.  Here’s a verse that ties up 6 verses on the subject (as titled in my Bible) “Love Your Enemies”: [...]

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The Path of the Just

To think that I could have said to my then-Toddler sons (assuming I was wise enough to know), “You are going to be such-and-such when you grow up. That’s all for now,” is an outlandish thought. The daily walk with them as we uncover, together, their talents and passions, likes and dislikes, failures and successes [...]

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