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Tidbits From Proverbs One

  1. Fear God.
  2. Respect your parents.
  3. Choose your friends carefully. Bad company corrupts good morals.
  4. Don’t get sucked in to greed: it destroys character.
  5. Pursue wisdom: do not be an idiot.
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Nothing Hidden

Acts 17:30

Jeremiah 36:1-32

From prison Jeremiah spoke the word of The Lord. Baruch, a scriber, wrote the words on a scroll.

The words of the scroll were made known to the princes and kings. 99 more words


Holy Reverence

Read Proverbs 1 today!

I have been studying Proverbs and looking forward to the devotionals that will come out this month.  Honestly, as I study the Proverbs I start to think this is a pretty big task.  471 more words


Talk: Robert Sapolsky

We all know that TED.com is a perfect source for expanding our knowledge (at least I hope we all know it, one thing is for sure, TED.com must be more popular than Coca-Cola asap.) There are lots of great minds on the stage of TED with great talks but one is missing: Robert Sapolsky. 162 more words



Construir uma marca pessoal efetiva pode dar início pela identificação dos teus atributos, contudo parar por aí é como construir uma casa deixando-a por terminar. Os princípios básicos estão lá, só que não existem motivações para que as pessoas entrem. 161 more words

8 Things Successful People Do

“Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out.”

– John Wooden

Do you dream of creating more space, more happiness and a sense of peace and satisfaction in your lives? 301 more words

Pearson Schools

Some people just never mature

I’ve met several Christians throughout the years who are exactly what I try to avoid being – too “smart” for their own good spiritually speaking! Their “Bible knowledge” is so complete they have no room for growth…and it’s a major turn-off to the majority of people around them without them even knowing it, or caring enough to realize it. 378 more words