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We All Have Our Own Journey

Why do we feel it necessary to judge others’ journeys? I find it so easy to get caught in this web. When I can pull myself back from it, I can see a better way. 851 more words

Self Discovery

James 4:11-12 -- How true faith expresses itself (part 7)

Having addressed hearts that had been polluted by their love for the world, James now gets back to the tongue and how polluted hearts can affect it. 564 more words

New Testament

Nuggets of Wisdom - Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Ostentatious Facades Give Impetus to Search for Truth

From a young age, I have always been fascinated by books. One of my favorite pastimes is visiting different bookstores and perusing books of various subjects. 1,332 more words


A Cashier Showed Us Extra Kindness, but Then She Thanked US!

The warmth and graciousness experienced by my family at a Target checkout counter this past weekend still has me smiling. A cashier showed us what may seem to some as a simple kindness, but to us it was significant. 835 more words


When a sermon wakes you up.

Yesterday was special at our church.

A group called Teen Challenge came to share their stories.¬†If you’ve never heard of Teen Challenge,¬†check it out… 411 more words


An Open Letter to Those I Have Judged...

“Unconsciousness, dysfunctional egoic behavior, can never be defeated by attacking it. Even if you defeat your opponent, the unconsciousness will simply have moved into you, or the opponent reappears in a new disguise.

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Inspired Living

Nuggets of Wisdom - Thursday, 28 January 2016

The True Content

We can no more discover the contents of a book based on its title alone, than we can decide the character of a person based only on his or her outward appearance. 141 more words

Life Lessons