Monthly Archives: May 2012

Strangle the Rooster!

I’m sure, by the title I chose for this post, you might be expecting to hear a horror story about our hens and a high-strung rooster we introduced into the convent.  If you’re wondering what in the world I’m talking about, … Continue reading

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Friends That Wound You

Are you the type whose skin crawls when someone points out those things about you that could stand attention? For instance, if a friend of yours came to you and told you that you tend to talk more than you … Continue reading

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Cradled Christians

My mentor, Johnny Hunt, the pastor of the First Baptist Church in Woodstock, GA, made a statement when I was at their church singing a few years back that has stuck with me ever since.  “Satan rocks the cradle of … Continue reading

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A Mystical Truth

If you were to make a list of those things each Christian needs to do in order to be one who is growing… Bible study would have to make the top of the list.  It’s a must for so many reasons. … Continue reading

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Living Above Reproach

You’re all familiar with that term aren’t you?  That’s what the preacher is supposed to do… Right?!  Live a life above reproach.  Over in the letter that Paul wrote to Timothy, he used this when writing out the parameters for … Continue reading

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You Might Have to Move

I don’t know of any human that doesn’t like to experience blessing.  With that said… Do you feel like you’ve been a little short-changed in the “Blessing” category?  If you do, take heart… You’re not the only child of the … Continue reading

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You Are What You Read!

I’ve never been what you would consider a seasoned reader but that’s changed over the last few months.  I’ve been able to find direction and gain knowledge by gleening from what others have experienced.  You might say that’s what encouraged … Continue reading

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