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Four Woes Maybe something does get lost in the translation, but a trained mule will stop when he hears "Whoa!" At least we might stop and listen to Jesus' four "Woes" and take them to heart. WOE TO THE RICH!…
Junk Thoughts Similar to junk food-tasty and fun but of little value and ultimately damaging-are the secular messages sent to our brains en masse every day. Take, for example, the message offered by a recent television ad campaign: "Success is…
Is Our Secular Wisdom Foolishness? "Wisdom" may best describe our present scientific and cultural plateau, yet spiritually we are foolish indeed. Many men, seen as wise in the eyes of the world, are fools in the eyes of our God.…
Spiritual Kudzu Vines In central Georgia and other parts of the South, a common sight is trees completely covered with kudzu vines. Often these lush-green leafy vines completely hide the tree and even small houses. Although imported to be a…
Do Not Stay with the Turkeys There is a story about a little eagle that fell out of its nest and landed in a turkey farm. The eagle grew up among the turkeys and, although he looked a bit different,…
Limited Vision The Bible tells of prophets who "err in vision, they stumble in judgment" (Isa_28:7) and of those who "find no vision from the Lord" (Lam_2:9). Christians are too often like the little boy living in East London who…
The Prodigal Dog Danny Dodd tells this story: "Theophilus Kimble was his name. He was a big-footed, clumsy, loud-mouthed mutt of a dog. Smart as he was large, T.K., as we called him, had a way of bringing many valuable…
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