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"Whoever has no rule over his own spirit Is like a city broken down, without walls." (Proverbs 25:28, NKJV)
Self-control is the art of putting what’s best above what we want. When we give in to every impulse and desire, we start to sabotage our own lives. Self-control is a quality that Paul lists as part of the fruit of the Spirit—necessary for all Christians to develop in their walk with their Creator.
Christian Paradoxes
We live in a very interesting age. Through human reason and inventions, we have mobile homes that don’t move...
Curiosity: Good and Bad
One of the many traits humans were given at creation was the ability to be curious. Curiosity means the desir...
Desperate Measures
I listened to a sermon once, which described how a man literally escaped from the jaws of a lion. The lion had s...
Don't Bite Your Tongue
I have a problem. It’s not until you try to fix a problem that you realize how deep the issue runs and how hard it...
Financial Security & Peace of Mind
Do you know somebody infected? Both rich and poor have succumbed to a devastating disease: materialism.Ou...
Lose Some Battles, But Win the War
I was born in Sheffield, England, in 1941 during the time German bombs were being dropped on the industrial c...
Our Appetites
A little while ago my family bought some new pets: a pair of budgies. We noticed that they really seemed to enj...
Peace and Unity in the Church
In my early years in the church, it never occurred to me that there would be divisions and splits in the church...
Simplicity that is in Christ
Humans seem inclined to make complicated something that is intended to be simple. God is far more complicat...
So Run, That You May Obtain
There are many analogies of the Christian life in God's Word. It is sometimes likened to a soldier on active d...
Will You Jump Into The Lake Too?
When I was a little boy my mother would often caution us against blindly following the lead of others. She wou...
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