God’s Grace, not Greed!

I work one in one of the top five deadliest jobs in America, I was reminded of that just this month when I badly injured my left hand while at work.  I was lucky that I didn't break my finger and only had to have it stitched up.  Being a garbage collector is a thankless …

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Open Up to Others

Social networking is big business. Things like Facebook, e-mail, and texting reveal our hunger to connect with one another, yet many people still feel lonely. The fall of Adam and Eve usually brings to mind the disconnection that sin created between God and mankind, but it also affected all human relationships from that time onward. …

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The Cross: The Irony of God’s Wisdom

When we are born, we don't have any idea what we are going to do.  As we get older we think we know what's going on around us and when we see what others are doing we want to be like them.  They may have a big home, nice car, or a pretty girlfriend or …

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Not Enough

The writer of Ecclesiastes said that pleasure, material possessions, and even great knowledge do not bring lasting satisfaction. Jesus went even further. He said that a person who possesses everything this world has to offer but doesn’t prepare for eternity is spiritually destitute. We all need more than fun, finances, and fame to be fulfilled. …

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