Category Archives: Wisdom

Caring for the whole person

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
? Professional opinion on sources behind human behavior has experienced a social revolution.  The new authority in behavioral science is more multi-dimensional than ever before. Biopsychology holds the chief seat but maintains a vested relationship with…

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Hurt by a broken relationship

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
If you’ve been hurt by a past relationship, I encourage you to learn from your experience. Take inventory with the help of a wise friend or counselor who can offer godly perspective. Make changes in your life…

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The danger of legalism

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
Few things are more disruptive to unity in the Church than legalism. We must understand the threat of legalism and equip the Church and our families to respond. The links below will help you understand and…

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Top 8 messages downloaded

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
What Should We Expect?  A Closer Look at the Church  Attitudes that Build Unity  Resting in Repentance  Agents of Common Grace  Life Together Sowing to the Flesh or Spirit  Watch Out For the Ways of Esau …

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5 short audio reflections

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
Favoritism Broken people Fallen from Greatness Blessed life Final evaluation of life For more programs, go to the “Short audio clips” page above. Steve Cornell

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What is the fruit of the Spirit?

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
Nine virtues make up the fruit of the Spirit revealed in Galatians 5:22-23. Most translations of v. 22 open with the words, “But the fruit of the Spirit is…” This leaves it to the interpreter to decide…

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Urgent question (audio link)

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
I promised a link to my audio message (see below) focused on this urgent question for the Church: Q. How can we proclaim and celebrate a gospel of grace and forgiveness (while enforcing standards of morality)…

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