Tag Archives: Romans 12:3

How Do You See Yourself?

A toddler once found a dark red lipstick and proceeded to apply it to herself the way she had seen her mother do. By the time her mother discovered what she had done, the little girl had lipstick all over … Continue reading

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Proper Self-Assessment

The drive home from a recent high school basketball game was long and tedious. In addition to the rain and darkness, a low-lying fog made it difficult to see the pavement in front of me. The road was hilly and … Continue reading

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Just Be Yourself

The gorilla at the zoo died. The zookeeper couldn’t afford to buy another gorilla, so he hired a man to dress up in a gorilla suit. The man ate bananas, beat his chest and swung on a rope, fooling all … Continue reading

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Self-Assessment

My Uncle Herman had a dog that could play checkers, but he wasn’t all that impressed with his pet’s ability. He said, “I don’t know why everybody thinks that dog is so smart. I can beat him 2 out of … Continue reading

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Sober Judgment

When I played high school basketball, I used to dread trying to guard players who were much quicker than I was. Being quite slow-footed, I often found myself in this position. I remember one time I was isolated on the … Continue reading

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