Monthly Archives: November 2014

Worthless Salt

Sunday, Nov. 30 I’m not sure where I got this, possibly from Howard Hendricks. “The beatitudes describe attitudes. Right attitudes lead to good character. And then we are declared to be salt and light. As salt we display to the … Continue reading

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Groaning and Growing

Saturday, Nov. 29 “To be effective for God, we need to be crushed.”–Doug Burch. That statement conjures up a number of things. How effective for God am I? What do I need to do to be what God wants me … Continue reading

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Jesus Wept

Friday, Nov. 28                                  “Jesus wept three times—all of them because of the grip of sin on the human race.”—Tom Thieme.  He wept before raising … Continue reading

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Prayer and Thanksgiving

Thursday, Nov. 27                 Thanksgiving Day—a marvelous and joyous day, a day where families gather to enjoy one another, eat too much, and don’t have to work.  We have much to be thankful … Continue reading

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Pride

Wednesday, Nov. 26                          “Pride is a bad word.”  I made this hasty little notation a few days ago and thought it was a nice little proverb.  Pride is … Continue reading

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A Quest for Knowledge

Tuesday, Nov. 25                              There’s a flip side to that “It’s OK to say ‘I don’t know.’”  Ignorance is acceptable; remaining ignorant is not.  I will never … Continue reading

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I Don’t Know

Monday, Nov. 24 I’ve never had the problem of thinking I know everything—and I doubt if any one out there is any different. No one expects me to detail the nuances of Einstein’s theory of relativity. The problem becomes acute … Continue reading

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