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perspective

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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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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I’ve got this Rebuke. What do I do with it?

I read recently, on Chip MacGregor’s blog, an expression that he attributes to the Scottish. “Learn to unpack a rebuke.” What a beautifully simple way to express a complex thought! There is plenty in the wisdom of the Proverbs to help us deal with a rebuke (which, depending on whether you are the deliverer or [...]

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How to Win Every Time

Perspective is key in trying times.  And worship, along with the declaration of His victory in our lives, realigns us with His purposes and sets everything right. By turning our hearts toward Him, we confirm our faith in His plan and our current condition loses its grip on our emotions.  We enter a realm where [...]

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What Do These Stones Mean to You?

When Israel crossed the Jordan under Joshua’s leadership (Joshua 3) it was a significant landmark for the people of God. To remind them of this event, God instructed Joshua to have one man from each tribe take a stone from the Jordan and bring it to where they were lodging, with the instruction, “…when your [...]

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