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Can Compassionate Christians Over-promise? Make Things Worse?

Especially for Christians might a temptation stem from seeing a person’s need and then over-promising to meet it? Compassion can get one in to trouble if it makes promises it does not follow through on. One’s testimony takes a hit. … Continue reading

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Finding A Mate

Charm and beauty have replaced character. Singles think that they can find the right mate, in a moment, based on physical attraction–external appearance.–Erwin Lutzer. “Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain.” (Prov 31.30 NAS).

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Honor Bright: Can People Take My Word To The Bank?

  Ever heard the old expression, “honor bright”? One source traces it to an American novel in the 1800s. It was charming and tender as I just heard it spoken by a movie character played by 5 year old, Shirley … Continue reading

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Three Fellows That Can Leave You Stranded: Mr. Thin Tires, Mr. Empty Tank And Mr. Low Character

“Do not be deceived: ‘Bad company corrupts good morals.’” (1 Cor 15.33 NAS). “He who walks with wise men will be wise, But the companion of fools will suffer harm.” (Prov 13.20 NAS).

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