How To Forgive?

How To Forgive? As has been stated on several occasions to this point there is, in fact, a manual for life and it is called the Holy Bible. This is “book” explains to those willing to hear how make good choices and how to treat one another. Forgiveness is a center piece of the model for life described within the pages of the Bible. Making amends is a center piece in walking through the Steps of AA. Feeling the pain of others, as our destructive lives rolled over the people…

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Does The Golden Rule Apply Only To Humans? (Podcast)

Does The Golden Rule Apply Only To Humans? Podcast Ravi Zacharias for RZIM Have you ever wondered if the logic behind the golden rule can be applied to a species other than humankind? Today on Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias is joined by RZIM Speaker, Abdu Murray, as they tackle this interesting question from a student at the University of Michigan. MP3 Listen / Download>>> More at RZIM>>>

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Forgiveness (Podcast)

Forgiveness Podcast by Janet Parshall for In The Market with Janet Parshall Our Duck Dynasty guests were desperate for their love to survive—and with God’s help, they realized the only answer to marital and family betrayal is all-consuming, life-altering, desperate forgiveness. Today, they will share this message with anyone who wants to exchange broken relationships for healing. Join us to learn about the necessity and power of humility; the freedom found in letting go of bitterness; and the restoration and reclamation on the other side of desperation.  Come and discover how you…

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Stephen: Real Faith, Real Mercy

Stephen: Real Faith, Real Mercy Was Stephen one of the first people to be oppressed in the name of Jesus Christ? We know he was one of the first people to be discussed by the Apostles and one of the first martyr’s among the Saints. After telling the priests and the people they do not understand and are, in fact, not following what Jesus had taught, they stood up and stoned him. Did Stephen curse them or resist in any way? No – he turned the other cheek and proclaimed…

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU’VE BLOWN IT

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU’VE BLOWN IT by Dan DeWitt for Core Christianity I love the story of Peter in the Bible. That guy could really be an idiot. Maybe that’s why I identify with him so. I can be an idiot too. I’m thankful God loves idiots. Peter’s whole life was one big walking object lesson. Peter did some great things. Peter did some really not great things. Can you relate? I know I can. That’s why I love the last chapter of John’s Gospel that contains a breakfast conversation…

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Renewal of The Mind

Renewal of The Mind My mind is a bad neighborhood that is not be trusted. Without taking God along the darkness engulfs all the light. It is only His Light that breaches the darkness and returns me to stable ground. This is an ongoing minute by minute, hour by hour and day by day battle. Just today my mind had me wondering back-allies filled with monsters coming at me from every angel imaginable. It was only when I stepped back into the Light of Jesus Christ that sanity returned and…

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Why Blessing Your Enemies Is Such a Strong Spiritual Weapon

Why Blessing Your Enemies Is Such a Strong Spiritual Weapon by MARK VIRKLER for Charisma Mag If I bless a person rather than cursing them, can that change the outcome of a situation? Last week I had someone disagree with a sentence I had written, so they sent me an email cursing me with all kinds of names and attacking my heart motivation for writing such a sentence. Wow! All this cursing from just two or three words in a sentence that could have been said better, and which I was glad…

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I Don’t Know Why the Atonement ‘Works,’ But I Know It Does

I Don’t Know Why the Atonement ‘Works,’ But I Know It Does by MARK GALLI – Christianity Today Christ taking our place on the cross doesn’t always make sense. It doesn’t have to. Of the many positive things one can say about the analytic philosopher and devout Catholic Eleonore Stump, this one stands out: She is no coward. During her career, Stump has tried valiantly to address the perennial problem of God’s goodness and omnipotence in the face of evil. And now she has published a book, Atonement, in which she dares…

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