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Holding Back

Have you ever been in a situation in which you had to force yourself to hold your tongue?  Were you fighting every instinct not to let loose and let that person or persons have it?  Believe me I am sure that you were tempted to do so.  A rash stream of words never really does any good. The bible even supports this statement when it says that one who holds their tongue is prudent.  Yet ...
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Where Do Your Treasures Lie?

A few years back I was gathering my belongings together for a big move. I made the choice to move closer to my family.  I had a chance to turn my life around and I took it. Once the decision was made, and before I could begin the chore of packing, I needed to put together a To Do List.  For any move to be successful, one needs to be prepared.  I took a long ...
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When Both Sides Are Wrong or Possibly Right

To Tell the Truth or Not: Part 6 I was watching a fight break out the other day and it was eye-opening, as well as, humbling.  Both sides were acting immature, fighting tooth and nail, and both sides were missing the point. What they had in common was a self-imposed vision of who they thought they were and who they viewed the enemy to be.  However, neither side could see their own flaws, but could ...
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“ The church is a hospital for sinners, not a museum for saints. ”

Abigail Van Buren