Monthly Archives: July 2014

FAITH-FILLED LIVING: Which Wisdom?

Our culture places great value on education. We expect teachers with degrees, preferably with PhDs. These degrees are supposed to represent the level of education attained and the wisdom gained by the holder of the degree. We should expect a … Continue reading

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FAITH-FILLED LIVING: Mighty Midget

My friend Tony says that short people often walk with a swagger and a chip on their shoulder because of their size. They have spent a good portion of their childhood fighting and clawing to prove themselves. Judged by their … Continue reading

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FAITH-FILLED LIVING: Has Your Faith Been Activated?

“You only really believe that which activates you.” – Don Hillis, former missionary I first heard these words when I attended a summer church camp and a missionary representative spoke about real faith in God. They were such powerful words … Continue reading

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FAITH-FILLED LIVING: The Lawbreaker and Mercy

We can be quite generous in dealing with our shortcomings. We can feel that we are loving and kind, if we MOSTLY show loving concern for others. Of course there is that one person at work, that one friend, that … Continue reading

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FAITH-FILLED LIVING: Creating an Impartial World

James 2:1-7 We live in a world where it is difficult to find people who are truly impartial. We exalt leaders because of their position. We idolize movie stars and athletes. We give way to the rich and famous. We … Continue reading

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