Will we remain the heavy clump of spiritual knowledge with a tendency toward pride, or will we be sifted into the impassioned yet humble ...
- Daily Devotional, July 4, 2012 "Exercising Love"7/3/2012 - Most Christians are familiar with 1 Corinthians 13 and even some non-Christians can recite portions of it. The beauty and wisdom in this great hymn of love is easy to appreciate, but when it comes to application . . . well, that’s another story.
- Daily Devotional, July 3, 2012 "Brothers & Sisters"7/2/2012 - Julian and Adrian Riester were born in Buffalo, New York, in 1919. The identical twins lived their lives in sync—attending the same schools (where they enjoyed switching identities and fooling teachers) and taking many trips together over their 92 years on earth.
- Daily Devotional, July 2, 2012 "Life & Submission"7/1/2012 - Jesus taught us to lay down our lives for others. At its most costly moments, I believe this submission of our wills happens in four progressive stages. The first stage is recognition.
- Daily Devotional, June 29, 2012 "Sin's Receipt"6/29/2012 - I was walking through a museum exhibit about the American Civil War when I came across a chilling item. It was a receipt, like what you might get from a shop.
- Daily Devotional, June 28, 2012 "Faith in a Box"6/27/2012 - Having purchased fire-escape ladders for our two-story home, we decided to take them out of the box and practice using them before the onset of an emergency.
- Daily Devotional, June 27, 2012 "The Spirit of Truth"6/26/2012 - May the force be with you.” Those familiar withthe Star Wars film saga recognize this famous phrase, given out as a blessing to those embarking on a critical or dangerous mission.
- Daily Devotional, June 26, 2012 "What Should I Do?"6/25/2012 - One of my favorite books on writing is Writing for the Soul by Jerry Jenkins. In his book Jerry gives some excellent advice for Christian writers.
- Daily Devotional, June 25, 2012 "A Little Is Too Much"6/25/2012 - There’s something so tempting about the antisocial delicacy of gossip. We enjoy it, even when it makes us feel guilty and ashamed. According to researchers, however, we don’t have to feel ashamed anymore because a little gossip is healthy.
- Daily Devotional, June 22, 2012 "Fit for a King"6/21/2012 - Singapore is a democratic state. It was a British colony for 150 years and had a string of kings and queens during that time period. But now democracy rules the day!
- Daily Devotional, June 21, 2012 "Lost"6/20/2012 - Yesterday I lost my wedding ring. I was splashing about in a river when the wet band apparently slipped off my finger. I’m devastated.
- Daily Devotional, June 20, 2012 "Amputate!"6/19/2012 - The film 127 Hours tells the true story of Aron Ralston, based on his memoir Between a Rock and a Hard Place.
- Daily Devotional, June 19, 2012 "Seasons"6/18/2012 - Last summer brought unrelenting temperatures of morethan 100 degrees to my part of the country.
- Daily Devotional, June 18, 2012 "A House Divided"6/17/2012 - Janice is an attractive woman in her mid-30s. She has looks, friends and a successful career. A few years ago she also became a Christian—to the horror of her atheist father.
- Daily Devotional, June 15, 2012 "Alert"6/14/2012 - On October 25, 2010, an earthquake created a tsunami that left hundreds of people missing or dead in Indonesia.
- Daily Devotional, June 14, 2012 "Red Barn in the Andes"6/13/2012 - All roads may lead to Rome, but the most dangerous road leads to Coroico, a terminal stop on Bolivia’s El Camino de la Muerte—the Road of Death. The road may be deadly, but it’s also spectacular.
- Daily Devotional, June 13, 2012 "The Cost of Citizenship"6/12/2012 - My adopted son Wasswa became a naturalizedAmerican citizen when we flew in from Uganda on 3rd June, 2011 and passed through immigration. Though we were in America only for the summer, and would return to Uganda a few weeks later, by law Wasswa’s citizenship is his for life.
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