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It’s Better to be a Loser

The Old Testament reading in church today was about King David’s sins: murder and adultery. In 2 Samuel 11:26-12:10, 13-15 we read about how David had killed a man named Uriah because he wanted Uriah’s wife for himself. The thing … Continue reading

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Proverbs: Part 17

A few years ago I did a stupid thing. I learned from my huge mistake, and in the process was drawn closer to God, but at the same time I lost one of my two best friends.

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Proverbs: Part 11

I decided to select the following proverb from our next chapter, chapter 12, for my post this week. If I had to select one proverb that rings the truest in my life, this one might be it.

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Proverbs: Part Six

“Neither do I condemn you….Go now and leave your life of sin.” These are the words Jesus spoke to the person we know only as “the woman caught in adultery” in John, Chapter 8. Before we begin our look at … Continue reading

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Proverbs: Part Three

I began my study of Proverbs a couple of weeks ago because Twitter sent me into a slight fit of rage. All the worldly one-liners about the meaning of life, how to live it to the fullest, how to achieve … Continue reading

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The 180° Turn That Will Save Your Life

Last Sunday I listened to a sermon from a pastor who shouldn’t have been alive. I sat in the pew in fervent attention as Nelson Chapman, pastor at Songtan Central Baptist Church, South Korea, described the events that took place … Continue reading

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Is Silence Golden or Yellow?

It’s 11:20pm on Wednesday night, the night before I am to publish my weekly post. It’s a long post, as usual, filled with thoughts about the current events in my life. Bill reviewed my writing just an hour ago and … Continue reading

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