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No Ideal Church

Anyone can love the ideal church. The challenge is to love the real church.


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Imperfect People, Imperfect Churches

We have never achieved perfect unity in a local church any more than any of us has been completely transformed into the image of Christ.


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Don't Call It "Failure"

Jonas Salk attempted 200 unsuccessful vaccines for polio before he came up with one that worked. Somebody asked him one time, "How did it feel to ...


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Imperfect Blessings

For years I never felt I measured up to all I thought the Lord wanted me to be, or all I thought I should be. Satan convinced me that since I wasn't ...


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Out of Our Hands

A sacrifice is an offering placed before the Lord so that he can make something of it. Once offered it is in God's hand to do with what he will. It ...


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No One Here but Us Sinners

All the holy men seem to have gone off and died. There's no one left but us sinners to carry on the ministry.


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Snow on the Summits

If we saw the Church as she is in the most generous souls who live most truly the life of the Church, she would appear most beautiful in our sight, despite ...


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Simon Peter an Odd Choice

The only omnicompetent Executive chose Simon Peter--a man of great strengths and glaring weaknesses--to lead his fledgling church.


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Value in Every Life

There is no life so humble that, if it be true and genuinely human and obedient to God, it cannot reflect his light. There is no life so meager that the ...


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Reality, Not Perfection

The search for the perfect church is an illusion. Appetite by itself is the sepulcher, the death of reason, judgement, and discipline. Some form of satisfaction ...


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