Monthly Archives: January 2015

Investing God’s Funds

Friday, Jan 23 There’s an old saying “money produces money.” How about “God’s riches will produce more riches?” God pours out spiritual blessings on us and expects a return on His investment. I’m reminded of the parable of the talents … Continue reading

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Voicing Opinions

Thursday, Jan. 22 “People like to hear your opinions unless you disagree with them.”—Charles Barkley. I’m not a big fan of Charles Barkley, but I do like his forthright manner. He tells it like he sees it. I doubt if … Continue reading

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No Going Back

Wednesday, Jan. 21 Most people that know me would label me a conservative. A conservative is one that doesn’t like change, one who likes the status quo. I guess I fit that. Conversely, liberals are those who always want change. … Continue reading

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Choosing Sides

Tuesday, Jan. 20 During the Civil War, one of Lincoln’s advisors commented that he was glad God was on the side of the Union. Lincoln set him straight: “ My concern is not on whether God is on our side, … Continue reading

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Choosing Sides

Monday, Jan. 19 During the Civil War, one of Lincoln’s advisors commented that he was glad God was on the side of the Union. Lincoln set him straight: “ My concern is not on whether God is on our side, … Continue reading

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Prisoner For Life

Friday, Jan. 16 Paul spent quite a bit of time in prison. He refers to being a prisoner a number of times, but it is always in positive terms. He does not lament his confinement, or question God because of … Continue reading

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Balancing the Riches

Thursday, Jan. 15 There’s key word in Eph. 4:1 that is so easy to pass over—the word “worthy.” If I even stop to look at the word, my first thought is that we are not worthy of anything God has … Continue reading

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