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5 Ways to Walk In Wisdom

No one wants to be a fool. At least most of us don’t. Ephesians 5:15-16 reminds us, “Therefore be careful how you walk, not as unwise men but as wise, making the most of your time, because the days are evil.” But the question persists, how do I walk in wisdom? What does it look more »

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Wisdom and Decision-Making

Have you ever wondered if you’re making the right decision? When you’re choosing between two good things and there is no sin involved, how do you know what to do? This summer, our family is moving from Georgia to Texas for my husband’s new job. Big life changes like these are inevitably followed by a more »

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Wisdom and Fear

Wisdom is one of those slippery words. Some people use it as a synonym for “smart.” But we know it’s more than that. For me when I’m alone and thinking, or in a group and feeling small, wisdom can easily seem like this unattainable thing only superior humans achieve. Whether you think of “wisdom” as more »

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Will You Embrace the Cross

Is there any chance for change? For letting go of the bitterness, of a wounded relationship, a disappointing past? For changing the drudgery you face each day as you go to work? For changing the morals of our decadent society? Is there any chance of turning around a marriage that’s become nothing more than a more »

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Wisdom and Counting It All Joy

For the past few months, I’ve had the pleasure of leading a class through the study of James. Possibly the first New Testament book to be written, James echoes and builds on Jesus’ teachings in beautiful, simple, and potent ways. Covering such topics as trials, partiality, taming the tongue, friendship with the world, prayer, and more »

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The Way of Wisdom

“But where can wisdom be found? And where is the place of understanding? “Man does not know its value, Nor is it found in the land of the living. “The deep says, ‘It is not in me’; And the sea says, ‘It is not with me.’ “Pure gold cannot be given in exchange for it, more »

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The Power to Change

How would your life change if you committed to meeting with God everyday? The writer of Hebrews tells us the Word of God “is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts more »

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6 Things to Understand About Patiently “Bearing With Others”

By now, I am sure that you have read from the other blogs about how hard it is to patiently bear with others, including God. However, the concept that I’d like to convey is that patiently bearing with one another has a foundation in Christ and not self-will. It is important to understand that there more »

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The Struggle With Patience

I don’t know about you, but being patient is something I struggle with every day. I recently went on a trip for a week, spending almost every waking moment with other people. I came out on the other side without losing patience, and I counted that a victory. When I succeed in remaining patient I more »

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Waiting and Patience

Are you waiting on something? It seems like we spend our entire lives waiting. We wait at the doctor’s office, wait on our friends to show up, or wait in the interview room. There are a lot of different situations that arise in our lives, but the same thing always seems to happen. We wait, more »

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