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For a moment suppose that God has a blueprint, a plan for your life. Now if God has a plan for your life, would it not have to be a good one? After all, He created...
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TOLERANCE by Harold Sala

If you want to know how tolerant you really are, don't look at your own mistakes. Rather, look at the mistakes of your worst enemy. Don't measure your tolerance when you put a scratch on the...
A college professor under whom I once studied spoke of a theologian with whom he disagreed, saying, "It isn't that he isn't a brilliant man it's just that he knows so many things that aren't true." ...
Any traveler to Rome today, making his way through the ruins of what was once the greatest city in the world, would have to admit, whatever they were short on, it was not temples. Outdone only by...
How deep is your spiritual commitment? You made the decision to receive life from Jesus Christ, right? But have you made a commitment to surrender, to give everything, to commit your will to Him and let His Word...
Pol Pot’s death was lamented when he died—not because he was loved by fellow Cambodians. To the contrary, his death was a disappointment to many because like Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin, he died without being held accountable...
One of the amazing things about life today is the fact that science knows so much about some things and so little about some other things which are very common, and we tend to take those things for...
Research reported in the Harvard Business Review stated that despite our increasing connectedness via technology, more and more people are desperately lonely. Virtual “friends” come without shoulders to cry on or hands to hold. Feelings of...
When a submarine sank several years ago off Provincetown, divers descended to see if there were any signs of life. Looking at a situation which seemed hopeless, a diver heard a tapping sound. Yes, it was something coming...
"Happiness is a state of mind" believed Beatrice Eckelberry, who learned first-hand what sorrow and loss are all about. The following is the advice she gave to a friend following the death of her four-year-old, written in...
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