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The Complaining Tongue

“…become aware of how often you complain about non-essential matters such as a rainy day, traffic jams, boring television programs, lazy co-workers, and the like.”


The Hasty Tongue

Do you sometimes offend others because you do not engage your brain before shifting your tongue into drive? Have you ever made a commitment to God or man without giving it much consideration and later reneged on it?

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Too Busy To Pray?

Prayer is the oxygen of our spirit; our survival depends upon it. We must always pray and not give up (Luke 18:1). In order to be equipped for an enemy attack, we must do as the psalmist declared, “Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry a ...


The Secret to Financial Intimacy? Communication!

  Whether football, basketball, or any other team sport, it's essential that players on the same team communicate with one another in order to run their plays. The key to winning in any human endeavor is effective communication. If you and your ma ...


Just Show Up!

Remembering brings the emotions of the past into the “now” whether the event was positive or negative.

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Slaying Your Giant

           “You are not able to go out against this Philistine and fight him; you are only a boy, and he has been a fighting man from his youth”  (1 Samuel 17:33). King Saul’s words to David reflected his lack of faith and courage as he sized up Goliath t ...

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Thanksgiving Dinner Aftermath!

Thanksgiving dinner is over and while I’d love to think that it went well for all of you, I know that’s not everybody’s reality. Maybe you had to deal with a problematic, cranky, or divisive relative—the kind that leaves you resolving, “NEVER AGAIN!” Or, ...

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A Prayer of Thanksgiving

“I do not have adequate words to express the depth of my gratitude to you for all that you have done in providing for me, protecting me, comforting me, empowering me, and adopting me into your family.”