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I love the southeastern United States for their colorful sayings. One of my favorites: “Stop being ugly,” which doesn’t refer to your looks.
Most of us have had something happen that we don’t like. An illness, a job loss, a car accident. But should we be resigned to God’s will?
Friends. Telling the difference between good and not-so-good friends can be tricky, but the Bible gives us some guidelines to help.
Of all the Bible versions, how do you choose one to read? And what about those who expouse one version over all others? Do those arguments have any merit?
Do words bring change? Are some more powerful than others? Does positive self-talk affect your behavior? You might be surprised.
Got a problem or two? What if a shift is in order, one simple (but difficult) change in your thinking that eases burdens.
What is the difference between truth and facts? Is one more important, truth over facts, or maybe facts over truth? Does it really matter?
I grew up in church and thought I had a handle on all things religious. But then life got ROUGH. Could I still see that God cares?
Recently, I went down a rabbit hole of translations and word meanings. How would you define the word like? Is it ‘similar’ or ‘equal’?
David over Absalom? One of the son’s choices shines a brilliant light offering a fervent warning about how we treat each other.
Jeeps, boats, and helicopters. What comes to mind? I’m guessing the story I want to tell you heads in another direction entirely.
Have you ever heard the saying, “Enough is as good as a feast”? It came to mind as I read a passage familiar to me in the book of 2 Kings.