Category Archives: Wisdom

To love and to cherish

Is it possible to love without cherishing? One cannot claim to cherish someone without loving them. I am commanded to love others, but I am not ready to say that I cherish everyone I love. What’s the difference? see –  To … Continue reading

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The sensuous Christian

Are you a sensuous Christian? see – The sensuous Christian

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What does maturity look like?

It’s hard to overemphasize the importance of maturity to a good relationship. But what does maturity look like? see – What does maturity look like?

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Rise to the challenge!

What an opportunity this is for the church! This is not a time for the church to get stuck in battles of the past or to trivialize over things that are not of primary importance. It’s a call for the church to be truthful rather than trendy; to be faithful rather than fashionable. We must not play church. We must be the Church!  Continue reading

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7 consequences in the fall of humanity

The one who changes his beliefs is likely preparing to change the way he lives. This is what happened when humans originally rejected their Creator’s will for them. see – 7 consequences in the fall of humanity

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5 guidelines for cultivating generosity

Be grateful for whatever you have Put people first Don’t allow desire for possessions to control you See money as a resource Develop the habit of giving  Thought – “Just the very act of letting go of money, or some … Continue reading

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Understanding legalism (part 2)

When legalists look to settle matters once and for all on debatable issues, they usually base their opinions on more general rather than specific commands of Scripture. Consider, as an example as well as six reasons to help explain why legalism remains … Continue reading

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