Tag Archives: serving God

Good at What You Do

There are different levels of being good at something. For example, you might be good at math in that you can balance your checkbook. However, you probably aren’t good enough at math to be a rocket scientist who works for … Continue reading

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Serving Your Purpose

Ed Lorenz, 69, bowled a perfect game in Portage, Michigan in 2005. Shortly after he rolled the 300 game, Lorenz clutched his chest and fell over. Efforts to revive him failed. One of Ed’s friends said, “If he could have … Continue reading

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Poor Excuse

Did you hear the one about the TV weather reporter who lost her job because her forecasts were never accurate? In an interview for another position, she was asked why she left her last job. She replied, “The climate didn’t … Continue reading

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In His Hands

I remember speaking with a friend of mine shortly before he went on stage to perform in a talent contest. He was going to play his guitar and sing. He told me that he didn’t remember how long it had … Continue reading

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Then Sings My Soul!

I had a great moment of worship in church last Sunday. In the middle of a song, I glanced to the side and caught a glimpse of a young lady who was totally engaged in worship. She was singing loudly … Continue reading

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Works Every Time

The keyless entry feature for my car stopped working a few weeks ago. This wasn’t too surprising, since my car is 17 years old. Nevertheless, I continued to try the keyless entry every time I approached my car to unlock it. Then, after … Continue reading

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Apparent Activity

Someone told me a few days ago that they heard that I was running for exercise. This confused me, since I haven’t really run for years. Then I remembered that I had indeed jogged for a few yards while out … Continue reading

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Doing Your Part

Science Hill Christian Church in Science Hill, Kentucky, suffered a devastating fire several years ago. Their church building was declared a total loss, and they had to erect a new structure. The church decided to use their own people as … Continue reading

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Just as He Wanted

In a cartoon drawn by Hank Ketcham, Dennis the Menace was standing in front of his mother, who was sizing him up with her usual perplexed look. Dennis was wearing skates, a fireman’s hat and a super hero’s cape. He … Continue reading

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Just Be Yourself

Rory McIlroy Young golfing sensation Rory McIlroy was once tempted to copy the style of another player. When he was 13, his golf coach, Michael Bannon, caught Rory trying to imitate Tiger Woods’ follow through. He told him to stop … Continue reading

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