Monthly Archives: October 2015

You Can Know That You’re Humble

“The minute you think you’re humble, you’re not.” And then there was the guy who was proud of his humility! And why not? He must have worked hard to get it! Humility has a tough time among the virtues. You … Continue reading

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Praying for People, Not Puppets

What goes through your mind when you pray for people? Do you sense that God sometimes gives you the words to speak aloud? Or maybe you know exactly what that person should think, believe, or do? Wouldn’t prayer be easier … Continue reading

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Guilty of What?

“Guilty of guilt.” That’s all the assembled could convict the accused of. They had nothing else. How hollow! I encountered that empty phrase in a humanities course in college. In addition to books and lectures, our curriculum included How Should … Continue reading

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How to Handle the End of the World

What would you do if you were resurrected from the dead, if you conquered the grave? Where would you go? Would you traverse the galaxy? Would you show yourself to everyone who doubted you? After His resurrection, Jesus journeyed to … Continue reading

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Get Fired Up!

Campfires Growing up as a Boy Scout, I camped out almost every month. Camping trips are a lot of fun, but also require some work. We had to choose a site, clear it, set up our tents or build lean-tos, … Continue reading

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