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Right and Wrong
Who sets your personal rules and regulations? Are they the boundaries passed on from childhood or the rules that your peers play by or primetime TV? Are your life tenets a mix of all of the above and a bit of ‘if it feels good
Road Rage and What the Bible Says
Being a Christian doesn´t preclude you from experiencing the distress of Road-Rage.
Rock, Stumbling Stone, or Cornerstone
In the Bible, you may have seen Jesus referred to as the Rock, as a Stumbling Stone or a Cornerstone. These are very different descriptions although all three have similar characteristics.
Roots That Go Deep
Have you noticed that hard times seem to separate people? Given a situation such as financial hardship; there are those who weaken quickly and lose hope. And there are those in like circumstance who seem to thrive. They have a boundless source of strength.
Rueben - Wasted Privilege
Some people begin life with privilege, such as strong family, education or financial blessing, and go on to do great things. We expect success with such a foundation. Then there are others who begin life with the same benefits but, because of poor decisions, fail.
Run Life's Race With Anticipation
How do you look forward to the year ahead? Is it with anticipation, or dread of another year of daily struggle?
Running From God
As Christians, most of us would say that we never run from God. But, do we?
What do salvation, sanctification, secular, sin, and supplication mean?
We see a lot of celebrating on March 17, the day we call Saint Patick's Day. Let's look at Patrick and see what can be learned from him relating to living a Christian life.
We Americans spend a lot of money on love. Much of it centers on one day, Valentine's Day.
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