Tag Archives: James 1:17

Disappointment with God

There seems to be a high level of discontentment with many people today. Randy Alcorn speaks about this: “Our culture is riddled with a poisonous spirit of entitlement. We always think we deserve more. We’re disappointed with our family, neighbors, … Continue reading

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How Can I Say Thanks?

Gospel singer Andrae Crouch wrote a song called “My Tribute”, which asks the Lord this question—“How can I say thanks for the things you have done for me? Things so undeserved, yet you give to prove your love for me?” … Continue reading

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Celebrating Pi Day

Today is “Pi Day” (3.14). I was reminded of that when I looked at the news this morning. However, I had already celebrated by having chocolate pie for breakfast. Seriously! I occasionally have pie for breakfast, and it doesn’t take … Continue reading

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Good or Bad?

Those who watch their cholesterol levels know that not all cholesterol is the same. There are different kinds of cholesterol. To put it in layman’s terms, there is “good cholesterol” and “bad cholesterol”. The bad cholesterol clogs arteries and leads … Continue reading

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Sermon on the Amount

The basic question is not how much of our money we should give to God, but how much of God’s money we should keep for ourselves.”—J. Oswald Sanders. We often forget that “Every good and perfect gift is from above, … Continue reading

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Truly Thankful

Two men were walking across a field. They didn’t realize that there was a mean bull in that field. Soon the bull realized that the two men had invaded his territory. The huge beast, with its menacing horns, charged toward … Continue reading

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