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Keep Your Balance

I spent much of my ninth summer on a bicycle. About a mile from our house the road went down a steep hill and turned sharply at the bottom. Coasting down ...


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Training Routines

The best training is to learn to accept everything as it comes, as from Him whom our soul loves. The tests are always unexpected things, not great thing ...


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The Real Alternative to Pharisaism

The Christian alternative to Pharisaism is not Publicanism but costly discipleship. The laxity of the Publican is just as repugnant to God as the self-righteousness ...


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Misfortune Isn't Always Unfortunate

Misfortune does not always come to injure.


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Confronting the Issues

I met with a young business-lady last week. I pointed out these Scriptures to her, and she said, "You mean to say that Jesus Christ wants me to confront ...


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St. Thomas Aquinas's Devotion

In St. Thomas Aquinas, G. K. Chesterton describes the early life of the brilliant medieval theologian. Thomas was born into a wealthy, aristocratic family, ...


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Unorthodox Evangelism with Business Executives

I know a man named Hubert Mitchell who memorized the entire New Testament. As a former missionary in his sixties, he spent his days in downtown Chicago, ...


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Discipleship Includes Evangelism

Years ago when I was with the Billy Graham team in a crusade, a businessman came forward one night and received Christ as his Savior. The next Sunday ...


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Evangelizing in the Worst Circumstances

In 1948 in Europe I met for three days with a group of 25 German fellows. I talked to them every evening for three hours, laying before them the Great ...


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God Can Use Any Person

Lorne Sanny writes:

Before I met Charlie Riggs, he had worked for seven years as a roughneck in the oil fields of Pennsylvania. Social graces weren't ...

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