Sermon Illustrations about Double-mindedness

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Two Faces

No man can for any considerable time wear one face to himself and another to the multitude without finally getting bewildered as to which is the true ...


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Christianity Is Never Lacking

If people haven't truly put their trust in Christ, they may feel they tried Christianity and found it lacking, when they haven't tried it at all. ...


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Which Whiskey Are We Talking About?

Barry Lorch in his San Diego Union column recently told of a debate on the floor of the United States Senate about 130 years ago. The issue was whether ...


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The "Religious" Bit

Along with much bad thinking that has come down to us from the last four hundred years, goes split living. ... People who live compartmentalized lives ...


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Single-Mindedness

Let your intentions in the fulfillment of your duties be so pure that you reject from your actions every other object but the Glory of God and the salvation ...


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Living Right in Only One Department

Gandhi once observed, ''One man cannot do right in one department of life whilst he is occupied in doing wrong in any other department. Life is one indivisible ...


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An African Proverb on Doublemindedness

"The man who tries to walk two roads will split his pants."


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"Eight Men Out": Causing Others to Stumble

Eight Men Out, starring John Cusack and Charlie Sheen, is the historical drama about the Chicago White Sox scandal of 1919. Many Sox players felt cheated ...


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"Crimes and Misdemeanors": Doctor Regrets Adultery

In the movie Crimes and Misdemeanors Judah Rosenthal (Martin Landau) is an esteemed husband and father in a desperate situation because of his adultery. ...


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TV Viewers Exhibit Inconsistent Choices

Network executives seem baffled by the controversy over their programming decisions. Some of them confess they don't know where to draw the line between ...


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