Tag Archives: Truth

How to Defeat Worry in Two Not-So-Easy Steps

I suspect that if we were all honest, most of us would admit that worry is a constant companion in life. We worry about our children – the kind of lives they will lead; the kinds of friends they will … Continue reading

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Tell Me What I Want to Hear . . . Or Else!

I don’t use this blog to venture into the world of politics very often, but this story out of Norfolk (England) this week has given me reason to pause. At the very least, it gives a dramatic example of just … Continue reading

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Our Choice: United by Error or Divided By Truth?

I recently had an interesting conversation with a friend about a particular spiritual/social/moral issue – one on which the Bible plainly speaks. Even though my friend recognized the moral and spiritual implications of the issue at hand, he felt that the … Continue reading

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Speak or Be Silent? What Does Love Demand?

Love is patient. Love is kind. But love is not always silent. It can’t be, can it? Love is patient – longsuffering – which means sometimes, love bites its tongue. But there comes a time in every relationship when love … Continue reading

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Lies People Believe: God Wants You To Be Happy

Ask any adult to think back on their childhood and recall the GREATEST PRESENT they ever received, and they will probably give in to nostalgia. We all have one or two Christmas mornings or birthday evenings that stand out above … Continue reading

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Lies People Believe

During my freshman year of college, the first person I met was a guy named David. He was interesting, funny, outgoing, and easy to talk to. We hit it off immediately. Of course, this was before I knew that David … Continue reading

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The Gospel at Ground Zero

Over the next few days, I will use this space the share some thoughts related to 9/11 and our nation’s time of mourning on the tenth anniversary of that tragic day. I can’t think of a better way to start than … Continue reading

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