Monthly Archives: January 2015

Getting over ME, MYSELF, and I

The most dangerous person I’ve ever had to confront in life has been: ME. What life (as well as Scripture) has taught me is that to the degree that I am focused on myself; to the degree that I am … Continue reading

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We are a Royal Priesthood!

In the Old Testament, the priest stood between God and the people. His role was to relate to the people on God’s behalf, and to God on the people’s behalf. And that’s exactly the role Christians are called to play … Continue reading

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My help in time of trouble

If you are anything like me, you need help! You’ve got circumstances, situations, and issues going on in your life that you don’t know how to handle. It may be financial issues, health problems, or a family situation. Whatever it … Continue reading

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Don’t be a spiritual recluse!

Howard Hughes, movie mogul, business magnate, philanthropist, and founder of the Hughes Aircraft Company as well as the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, was one of the wealthiest men on earth. But toward the end of his life he became a … Continue reading

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