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Humility, The Greatest Virtue

Humility, The Greatest Virtue

The title of this post is inspired by the book The Greatest Virtue, authored by Pat Robertson, host of one of the longest Christian television program, The 700 Club. What is the greatest virtue, you may want to ask? Pat's book says its humility. I definitely agree,...

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Be The Father That You Were Meant to Be

Be The Father That You Were Meant to Be

To all the fathers out there, Happy Fathers' Day to everyone! And yes, I am writing to you, dear father, you are my target demographic for this article. Remember when you were young and your father told you to, "Man up!"? Now that you are a father I'd like to tell you...

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Where to Find Faith in Changing Times

Where to Find Faith in Changing Times

Our world has changed dramatically over the past few months—yet God has not changed, and He wants us to stand strong in our faith. Hebrews 11:1 explains, Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. We have the eternal covenant made...

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Why You Can Count on God

Why You Can Count on God

Can you really count on God for your needs? Perhaps the question should be prefaced by asking, “When you were a kid, could you trust your dad for your needs?” And if so, why? “Well,” you say, “we were related. He loved me and, therefore, provided for me.” The same...

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Depression Can be Beaten!

Depression Can be Beaten!

Depression is a vicious enemy. It pounces on you when you least expect it. You may feel strong today and then a weakling tomorrow. It comes and it goes. The bad news is, sometimes, depression stays. Hormonal imbalance, extreme and uncontrollable circumstances, tired...

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How to Live with Grace at Any Age

How to Live with Grace at Any Age

“Gray hair is a crown of splendor,” says the writer of Proverbs, but most of us would just as soon avoid what it represents—growing old.  So we do everything in our power to camouflage the symptoms; but the reality is that as the years go by, we gradually grow older,...

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The Value of Hard Work

The Value of Hard Work

There should never be a lazy Christian. There, I said it. Hard work should be a hallmark of a true Christian. A lazy Christian is a bad testimony for other people, especially to those who have yet to commit their lives to Jesus. Even Jesus worked. He was known as the...

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Can You Be Too Forgiving?

Can You Be Too Forgiving?

Can a person be too forgiving, too soft, too easy on wrongdoing? Dr. Richard Gayton would answer no—an answer which isn't clinical, reflecting his training as a psychologist, but a gut-level response coming from a man who has every reason in the natural to hate...

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