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I suppose Christopher Columbus could swim but he didn’t reach the New World because of being a strong swimmer.
Instead, he chose to stay on the ship because of the faith it would get him to where he could not get himself.
For Columbus to think he could swim across the ocean would be like thinking you […]

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You learn this early in your driving life as a teenager — if you don’t keep your eyes on the road, bad things happen.
Or you don’t keep your hands on the wheel, bad things happen.
It doesn’t matter how good of a knee driver you think you are, trusting your knee to keep you safe for […]

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I’ve noticed in life that some people appearing to lack inner peace are the most prone toward trying to impress others.
It seems that they’ve embraced the fallacy that impressive or dramatic external actions are the key to unlocking the inner door to a restful heart.
But there’s a big problem with the lie that external merit […]

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Here’s a wonderfully uplifting reminder from today’s One-Year Bible reading…
“Our days on earth are like grass;
like wildflowers, we bloom and die.
The wind blows, and we are gone—
as though we had never been here.
But the love of the Lord remains forever
with those who fear him.
His salvation extends to the children’s children
of those who are faithful to […]

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We’ve all heard many voices telling us we can’t succeed at this or at that.
Sometimes the voice we heard was our own.
Sadly, we’ve too quickly believed those voices without sincerely testing our abilities in the opportunity before us.
How many marriages fail because others said they can’t survive and hurting spouses rely on their own emotional […]

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