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Versions

One day while our son was still too young to read, I heard him “reading” one of his favorite books out loud. He knew the characters and narrated the major points correctly, but the details were off…way off. He was … Continue reading

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Wordless

Sometimes there are no words. Hurt, grief, discouragement, and disappointment are just some of the things words can’t properly frame. Whether attempting to talk to someone, or attempting to pray, words can lack the ability to properly communicate feelings. The … Continue reading

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Wrath

What would God’s wrath look like totally unleashed? Well, the Bible describes His judgment falling on the world during the Flood, His righteous anger burning against Sodom, and destruction of idolatrous groups like the Assyrians; but what would it look like … Continue reading

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Meditation

Is meditation compatible with the Christian life? Yes, if it’s the right kind. Meditation as the Bible describes clarifies cloudy judgment, establishes proper boundaries and measures forward progress. The Bible teaches this principle: “8Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever … Continue reading

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Intimidation

There may be a desire to have a conversation with someone who needs encouragement, a relationship with Christ, or loving admonishment, but intimidation shows up and crowds out the confidence. Are you worried you’ll say the wrong things or worse … Continue reading

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Wisdom 2.1

What if you found an old letter describing a location in your yard where money was buried? Would you attempt to find it? Most people would of course, but finding old cash among your roses isn’t likely. However, the Bible’s promise of treasure is a lot more certain. Consider … Continue reading

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Perspective

Don’t confuse knowledge with wisdom. Saul the Pharisee was a guy who knew the scriptures. As a matter of fact; with his many years of study and memorization, he probably mumbled the Torah in his sleep. After his encounter with … Continue reading

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