What makes us holy? That’s a God-thing, isn’t it? How can humanity reach such an exalted state? Surely it’s a goal, the carrot on the stick, the thing we strive toward, even when we know ...

GPS is wonderful when it works correctly. We punch in our destination, and we are routed down this road, along that street, and past the worst obstructions. We’re even given the option of ...

Having a good life is largely about maintaining standards. Personal care – whether we’ve washed our hair and put on clean clothes. Community involvement – working to ensure our library and ...

Try driving home with no headlights. It’s a risky thing to do. We chance one of two outcomes, either we are stopped and given a ticket, or we crash head on into a car that didn’t know we were ...

There are two types of people, those who like the safety of the status quo and those who refuse to be tied to the past. God wants us to leap into his future, to take advantage of what he has to ...

Storm situations are a fact of life in coastal communities. The worst of those occur in low-lying areas that can’t drain heavy rainfall quickly enough. Then let an offshore wind drive the high ...

Have you ever been around someone who feels entitled? By that I mean that they think good things should come to them just because they deserve them. No work involved. They say, “I’m owed ...

What’s our purpose in serving God? How does our belief in a higher power impact our lives? How will we change when we come to salvation through the cross and blood of Jesus? Our Christian walk ...

We check the mirror each morning to see if our collar lies flat, our hair is orderly, and the colors of our outfit match. We want to look our best when we exit the front door. It makes a ...

First of all, get this right. This isn’t about 3 motivations to allow you to be lazy. Forget that. People find enough reasons to lounge around with the remote in their hand and a cold glass at ...

Habakkuk is relatively obscure to modern Christians. An Old Testament prophet, we’re not even sure where his name originates, possibly translating as “embrace” or “garden plant.” One ...

We know the story of Caleb from the Old Testament. Along with Joshua and ten other men, Caleb ventured into the Promised Land and spied out the enemies the children of Israel needed to kick out ...

Horses get them. We call them blinders, devices to block out what we don’t want our horse to see. We use them in cars, visors, to block out the sun so we don’t crash into things. How about ...
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