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Attitude Adjustment

Many people in our nation have a feeling of entitlement. They think that the world owes them a living and that the government should take care of their every need. Jesus warns against this kind of attitude. We shouldn’t feel … Continue reading

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Personal Responsibility

I once listened to a lady as she talked to a group of friends about her concern for the poor. Her main message seemed to be: “We need to do more for poor people!” I found myself wondering why she … Continue reading

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Organized

Have you heard about the U.S. government’s plan to become more efficient? They are talking about combining the Department of Health and the Department of Education. Their motto will be—“We Will Inoculate No Child’s Left Behind”. Seriously, there are some … Continue reading

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Not Overtly Religious

A recent news article talked about President Obama’s love for golf. It said, “To be sure, Obama prefers playing golf as a way to release political pressure. He almost always heads out on Sunday mornings, rarely trading his nine or … Continue reading

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Simplify

Did you hear that the government is going to streamline the way they operate? They have decided to combine the health care system with the educational system. The slogan for these combined programs is going to be—“We will inoculate no … Continue reading

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Responding to Evil

Nine years ago today, the world was forever changed for many people. The horrific events of September 11, 2001, reminded us of the true nature of the struggle between good and evil. Some seem to have forgotten the lesson, but … Continue reading

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