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The Gift of Pain

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Posted by Joe Paris on

“Pain demands the attention that is crucial to my recovery.”— Philip Yancey Several months after the tragic events of 9/11, I found myself in a Barnes & Noble, looking for some type of answers to that horrific event. I remember asking the age-old question: Why do bad things ...

What's Your Pool?

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Posted by Pat Cooper on

Typing the words "stupid questions" into Google, I selected "50 Stupid Questions Asked on Yahoo! Answers" and began reading some seriously absurd questions that made me wonder what train these people fell off of. Be that as it may, at the pool of Bethesda, Jesus asking a man who had suffered from ...

You Are Noticed

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Posted by Ian Crosby on

We all hate feeling alone. We may like to spend time by ourselves sometimes, but there’s a huge difference between being by yourself and feeling alone. Being by yourself is a physical thing. Being alone is a mental, emotional and psychological thing. Being by yourself is solved by others. ...

Created for Now or Eternity

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Posted by Nolan Jones III on

One of the main things I have come to understand in life is this: belief determines behavior. Now, not all of our behavior flows directly from our beliefs, for each of us can be very good at behaving irrationally at times. But, for the most part, our behavior flows directly from what we believe ...

Asking Isn't Enough

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Posted by Randy Wade on

The story of the young ruler who asked Jesus what must be done to inherit eternal life has always fascinated me. He was bold enough to ask the question but not courageous enough to respond in obedience to the answer. I think we do the same thing far more often than we would like to admit. Have ...

Trading Rubble For Treasure

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Posted by Paul McDill on

The story of the rich young ruler has always been a fascinating story to me. You have a guy who seemed to have everything, yet was obviously searching for more. As this man comes to Jesus, he comes like many of us do. He comes needy. What we discover is that, even though this man has a lot, he ...

Religion and Irreligion (and Star Trek)

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Posted by Riley Roberson on

Every old episode of Star Trek is super interesting, because Captain Kirk is always put in an unwinnable situation, but he also always wins. It’s great. He always wins because he ends up making difficult decisions that fall somewhere between logic and emotion. That’s not a coincidence ...

God's Will, Not Ours

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Posted by Scott Hiney on

This may sound strange, but there have been times when I almost wished I had come to know and accept Jesus later in life, after I had reached a higher level of spiritual understanding. I think, at the heart of it, I wanted to know what it felt like to experience a life of sins (that I actually ...

Distracted By Busyness

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Posted by Crystal Brashear on

I love checklists so much, sometimes I add stuff to a list that I’ve already finished, just so I can check it off. There’s just something about the feeling of satisfaction in completing tasks. It really appeals to me. In fact, I come from a long line of “doers” on my ...

Healing Body and Soul

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Posted by Casey Coats on

1 And when he returned to Capernaum after some days, it was reported that he was at home. 2 And many were gathered together, so that there was no more room, not even at the door. And he was preaching the word to them. 3 And they came, bringing to him a paralytic carried by four men. 4 And when ...

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