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A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 11

When faced with a dangerous presence, humans often respond in one of two ways: fight or flight. When we feel threatened, we either stand our ground and fight to the bitter end, or we run away in fear. If I am being honest with my own weaknesses, I am often tempted to avoid controversy rather than stare it down. While this might be an admirable quality when trying to avoid unnecessary strife, it can be an excuse for cowardice in…
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Think Right, Live Right

“Garbage in, garbage out” is what your mother maybe told you growing up. It’s a simple proverb that reminds us of the importance of being mindful of what we consume. If we fill our minds with ungodly, impure material, then it will eventually influence the way we live and subsequently determine how we act. Your thinking, and what you meditate on, is directly connected to how you live (Mat. 15:18-19). Paul, understanding this truth, wrote to Titus about this principle:…

A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 7

I have yet to meet someone who enjoys being criticized. While we might appreciate constructive criticism, we rarely feel it is actually “constructive” in the true sense of the word. In fact, we often have people in our life who pinpoint a deficiency in our character and relentlessly pursue it: a mother who constantly critiques the way her daughter raises her children; a father who always corrects the way his son maintains his house; an employer who humiliates his employee’s…
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What Every Church Needs

Jacob Rutledge In our consumer-driven culture, people are enticed to constantly be on the lookout for a better deal. Whether it’s the best bargain on a new car or the best job offer on the table, we naturally look out for our best interest. This mentality influences what we look for in a church as well. Instead of looking for a congregation that stands for truth, ministers to the poor, and seeks the lost, we often scope out congregations that…