Tag Archives: perseverance

Resilience…..

Often people ask me, What are some of the necessary ingredient to develop a healthy and strong spiritual life? The answer is not that simple. But certainly one of the most needed ingredients is Perseverance—of the biblical kind. The word perseverance in the New Testament conveys the idea of patiently enduring and overcoming difficulties. Perseverance […]

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You’re Not finished Yet…

“On New Year’s Day in 1919 Georgia Tech played the University of California in the Rose Bowl. Shortly before half time, a man named Roy Reagals recovered a fumble for California. Somehow he became confused and he started running 65 yards in the wrong direction. A teammate tackled him just before he would have scored […]

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The Color of your Worldview…

An old man was sitting on his front porch. He was watching a young man with a severe limp, selling magazines door to door. When the young man finally got to his house the old man bought some magazines and struck up a conversation with the young man. He ask him how he got his […]

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Titus My Son…

I contend that Titus must have written a letter to Paul after being placed in Crete. They didn’t find it, but it went something like this….. Dear Paul, I regret having to write you this letter but you told me to live in my intregrity and I can no longer hold back what I feel.   […]

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When God Opens Doors…

A door is an access to somewhere or an opportunity to do something.  When these doors are are opened, we find that God’s grace enables us to go where we need to go and do what we need to do.  But even an open door is not without opposition.  That’s why we must deal with […]

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Stay in the Chariot…

Mary Hollingsworth in her book writes about the noted director of biblical epics, Cecil B. DeMille. When they began working on the movie Ben Hur, DeMille talked to His personal friend Charlton Heston–the star of the movie–about the all-important chariot race at the end. He told Heston he should actually learn to drive the chariot […]

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