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Loving Others

I John 3:14
We know that we have passed out of death into life, because we love the brethren. He who does not love abides in death. 163 more words


I'm Wrong -- BUT -- What About Him (or Her)?

SOURCE:  Taken from The Peacemaker: A Biblical Guide to Resolving Personal Conflict by Ken Sande, Updated Edition (Grand Rapids, Baker Books, 2003) p. 120.

Going the Wrong Way Down a One-Way Street…
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God's Perspective

"I'm Sorry" -- It's Just The First Step !

SOURCE:  Leslie Vernick

Sometimes Words Are Not Enough

“I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I promise, I won’t do it again”, sobbed Cory, a nine year old who was on his way to his bedroom for the evening after hitting his little sister, again. 781 more words


The Beauty of Forgiveness

On a scale from 1-10, one being the easiest and ten being the hardest, how would you rate your ability to forgive someone in the following situations. 513 more words


The recurring theme of the Bible

From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible has one recurring theme. This simply is to leave your sin’s and come back to God.

Forsaking your sinful ways is just one part of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 240 more words


July 14 @ Ezekiel 25-30

Ezekiel 25-30 (NLT link) 

Discover His heart: He longs for repentance that stops the hand of judgment

Revenge – how sweet it is!  At least that seems to be a prevailing attitude in our culture.  643 more words

Daily Devotions

Who Is My Neighbor?

The Good Samaritan

Click here to read Luke 10:25-37.

The lawyer who asked Jesus the question already knew the law–love God, and love your neighbor as yourself. 1,918 more words