Gossiping vs. Telling: Where to Draw the Line

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Here is a fact: gossip is destructive. Pr. 16:28 warns us, “A dishonest man spreads strife, and a whisperer separates close friends.”  If dishonesty creates conflict and whispering (slandering or evil speaking) can come between friends, […]

Only Because He Loved Me

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“Led like a lamb, my eyes can see, Up the dark hill called Calvary; Wounded, He slowly struggles by, On to the cross where He must die. Was it for lies or evil deeds, Brutish […]

The Heavens Declare His Glory

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Christine and I stood at a scenic overlook in east Texas.  We leaned out over the stone guardrail in front of us, the bright greens of spring stretching out over the hills.  The clouds that […]

Giving

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“It is more blessed to give than to receive.” –Acts 20:35b Around Christmas time, it seems that we are almost bombarded with people, organizations, and causes to give to.  Many start Christmas shopping months in […]

The Unanswerable Question: Answered

August 6, 2015 0

It’s an eternal question: “Why?”  Why are we here?  What is our purpose?  These questions are often considered impossible and unanswerable, right up there with “Why is the sky blue?” and “Which came first, the […]

Contentment and Complacency: Finding Your Balance

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The holiday season is a yearly reminder to be thankful for the blessings we so often take for granted—our warm homes, loving families, food in abundance.  Being content with our physical blessings is a worthwhile […]

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