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4 Practices for Developing Character

4 Practices for Developing Character

“Christianity isn’t worth a snap of your finger if it doesn’t straighten out your character. I have got tired of all mere gush and sentiment. If people can’t tell when you are telling the truth, there is something radically wrong, and you had better straighten it out...

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Making Decisions, Becoming Disciples

Making Decisions, Becoming Disciples

In the Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma, Jaron Lanier, founding father of virtual reality and a computer scientist, offers the following insight regarding the “product” of “free” internet: “It’s the gradual, slight, imperceptible change in your own behavior and...

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Reflections on Impartiality

Reflections on Impartiality

“There is no class of people exempt from broken hearts.  The rich and the poor suffer alike. There was a time when I used to visit the poor that I thought all the broken hearts were to be found among them, but within the last few years I have found there are as many...

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Praying Psalm 1

Praying Psalm 1

A prayer for discipleship inspired by Psalm 1. Lord, we ask that you will make us a blessed people who do not walk in the wicked’s counsel, stand in the sinners’s way, or sit in the scoffers’s seat, but who find such delight in your instruction that it is always on...

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3 Questions to Help Find the Truth

3 Questions to Help Find the Truth

“I am convinced what this world wants is true men and women, not great men, but true and honest and upright persons that God can use…”D.L. Moody D.L. Moody’s world may well have been in need of "true men and women," but I’m afraid the problem has only become worse....

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