Living on Borrowed Time

After an organ transplant, I have heard it said that the patient is “living on borrowed time.” I think that depend on where your hope lies. Is your hope in the surgeons or the one who gave them their skills? As a Christian I don’t believe that one is ever “living on borrowed time.” God…

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Leave it in the Trap

I just finished reading “The Bait of Satan” by John Bevere. Bevere states, “…that in order to be successful a trap must be hidden, and it must be baited. Satan is the master at baiting traps. One of the most deceptive kinds of bait is something every Christian has encountered-offense. Actually, offense itself is not…

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The Writing on the Wall

A friend introduced me to J.T. a couple of years ago. I would learn very quickly that J.T. battled many demons so I shared my faith and continued to mentor him whenever our paths crossed. This past Monday J.T. dropped by the office where I was working and after listening to his struggles I encouraged…

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Taming the Tongue

Jesus brother James wrote about taming the tongue. “Consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small spark. The tongue also is a fire, a world of evil among the parts of the body. It is a restless evil, full of deadly poison.” If written today the verse could include taming the text. Before…

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Sticks and Stones

The old saying is; “sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can never can hurt me.” I am not so sure about that. Over the years I have had words hurt me a lot more than any of the bones I ever broke. Bones heal words may never, so we need to be…

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