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Letting Go

Ever struggled with letting go of a grudge? If there’s anyone in the Old Testament who could have justified a grudge, it would have been Joseph. As Jacob’s favorite son, his jealous brothers sold him to slave-traders, which led to a life … Continue reading

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The Question of Timing

Joseph was done wrong. First he was sold into slavery, then imprisoned by a false accusation. While confined in the Egyptian prison, Joseph interpreted the dreams of two officials who were being punished by Pharaoh. When one of them got … Continue reading

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Wisdom 10.9

“He who walks with integrity walks securely, but he who perverts his ways will become known.” – Proverbs 10:9 NKJV Finding sure steps on tricky terrain can be tough; but the Word sheds light on the path to reveal the … Continue reading

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The Simple Truth

Someone taking a “literal” approach to the Christian life is often considered simple and unsophisticated. There’s even a growing number of pastors who’ve abandoned a traditional interpretation of scripture in favor of a more tolerant view of cultural standards. It … Continue reading

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A Hopeful Heart

This world can be a hopeless place. Daily news events and the actions of people can leave a person feeling discouraged about life and the future. As believers, we hear the word hope a lot, but it can often feel … Continue reading

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Neighborly

“Love does no harm to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfillment of the law.” – Romans 13:10 NKJV What does it mean to be a “good neighbor”? Is it watching out for another’s property while they’re on vacation? Putting … Continue reading

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Overcoming

Evil is restless. It’s never content with marginal status, and the Bible teaches that a proper defense is actually a posture of offense. In Romans chapter 12, there’s a series of directives given for the active, grace-filled life. There are things like … Continue reading

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