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The God Box

So many times we ask for what we think we need, instead of asking for God’s will for us. How often do we say: “God, either I need you to do this…, or this?..” Such an approach leaves no room for there to be an entirely different way that God could provide for our needs. […]

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Walk Humbly

Some months ago I saw a “commercial” for a new app that would alert you anytime you were in the vicinity of someone who you might not want seeing what you were doing. Basically, it would enable you to live one way in front of some people, and another way with others (or when no […]

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Spirit Filled

I recently saw a science experiment that demonstrated what happens when balloons are brought into contact with fire. A balloon was first filled with a modest amount of air, knotted, and then held over a burning candle. As might be expected, the balloon popped, sending pieces flying across the room. Then a second balloon was […]

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The Son of Man

Why did Jesus refer to himself as the Son of Man instead of plainly stating that He was the Son of God? I would like to suggest that we take a closer look at the meaning of this title and try to solve this riddle together. First of all Jesus is referred to as the […]

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Is Humility a Virtue or a Weakness?

What is the most valuable quality that makes a person great? Think about the greatest people in history. By that I mean the most inspiring and the most influential. You will be surprised that the majority of them shared the same often-overlooked quality. It is humility. Let me suggest that humility as a merit was […]

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