In the mid-90s, Chevrolet had a successful ad for its line of trucks. “Like a Rock.” Their trucks tackled crazy roads, had boulders dropped in the beds by cranes, and towed massive loads up ...

So, let’s talk about today. What are your plans? Lunch with a friend? Washing the car? Perhaps a grocery store run to restock the pantry. How about tomorrow, or the weekend, or how about next ...

The book of Proverbs is sprinkled with amazing nuggets of treasured information. Each verse seems to sum up the nature of God in a way that makes us want to carry it with us throughout the ...

Some doubt that God exists. Others say he’s unknowable, incomprehensible, enigmatic. We have an entire volume of books and letters dedicated to him, and yet he is described simply as the GREAT ...

Who’s spreading rumors about you? Let it go. You are given perfection in God. Who called you names to bring you down? They aren’t worth your energy. You are given perfection in God. Those ...

Are you unsure of tomorrow? Do you need insight in how to move ahead? You’re confused about your relationships, your finances, and God’s place in your life? You have a wisdom generator ...

Make a list. Pull out a sheet of paper and grab a pencil. Number the lines 1-10. That’s enough to start. You can add to your list later. Fill in the things that have happened to you today. Add ...

Coming to an end is the way of the world. Mountains that rise today will become the future’s sand washing up on the beach. Clouds billow and hide the sun, and equally fast, they tumble to the ...

Eleazar in the Old Testament was the nephew of Moses, the original High Priest of the Jewish nation. Eleazar was also Aaron’s third son and was given charge of the entire tabernacle, including ...

Nahum is best known for his prophesies against Nineveh, a prosperous city of Nahum’s day. Nahum was much more than a one-hit-wonder. He was a man tuned in to God, and his words reveal much about ...

John the Baptist was the cousin of Jesus. Only the book of Luke gives us the details of his birth. John’s parents, Zechariah and Elizabeth, were both from the tribe of Aaron, who was the ...

Slash and burn. That’s our mantra. We can’t let evil remain in our lives if we want to live for our Lord. Parry, thrust, and cut deep. We must slice away every wicked thing that keeps us from ...

How much do I love thee? Let me count the ways. That’s from Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Sonnet No. 43. In her sonnet, Ms. Browning tells us the depths of her love, how it affects her daily ...
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