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relationships

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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The Light at the End of the Funnel

Think of a funnel. Inside the funnel is where we, being perfected by God, live and breathe. It’s where the experiences of life, the embrace of a friend, the timely scripture, the quiet encounter, the song, the Presence, the rebuke, the guy on the radio, all work together to shake, rattle and roll us toward [...]

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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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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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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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