Category Archives: Wisdom

Pick one line and share it

Some key lines from “The 18-Year Factor” by Steve Cornell ● Attachments to a painful past make it difficult to do well in the present. ● The narrow lens of yesterday’s loss doesn’t have to control the way you see … Continue reading

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In Love: a delusional euphoric state of stupidity

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Feeling discouraged?

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
Four recommendations for times of discouragement.  Turn to “the father of mercies and the God of all comfort.” He “comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the…

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The way out of resentment

An amazing story of years of resentment ending in forgiveness via The way out of resentment

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Brochures available

via Brochures A growing number of churches and ministries have requested copies of these for their literature and counseling resources. If you’re interested in receiving some for your Church or ministry, contact…

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The wise and discerning person

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
? “In the literature of Scripture, wisdom is, broadly speaking, the knowledge of God’s world and the knack of fitting oneself into it. The wise person knows creation. He knows its boundaries and limits, understands its…

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Jesus, the Law and You (part I)

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
How should we apply the content of the Old Testament to our lives today? More specifically, how should we relate to the Old Testament Law? Should we use it as a guide for our behavior? Are we required to obey the Law…

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