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A Tough Man to Live With

I have more trouble with D.L. Moody than any other man I know.


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The End of Judas

Think of Judas. Judas decided to follow Jesus. Judas heard Jesus teach. He went out two by two with the others, healing the sick and exorcising demons. ...


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Inflated Self-Image

Sometimes we are moved by compassion and think it zeal. We blame small things in others, and pass over greater things in ourselves. Quickly enough we ...


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Wanted: Better Self-Critics

It would be wonderful if St. Augustine's kind of confessional self-scrutiny (or that of St. John of the Cross in his Dark Night of the Soul) would ...


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Whose Consistency?

For the most part, the areas in which we expect others to be consistent are those areas in which we have no trouble with being consistent. If certain ...


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Daily Reckoning

To sensible men, every day is a day of reckoning.


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Greater Love...

Do not be too quick to assume that your enemy is a savage just because he is your enemy. Perhaps he is your enemy because he thinks you are a savage. ...


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Bill Gates Learns the Limits of Comparison

The story goes that at a COMDEX computer expo, Microsoft's Bill Gates compared the computer industry with the auto industry and stated, "If GM had kept ...


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Actor Peter Falk Hands an Umpire His Glass Eye

Peter Falk (1927-2011) was an actor who spent his career playing a wide range of roles in comedy and drama. Most notably, he played an eccentric, rumpled ...


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Study Reveals Our 'Bias Blind Spots'

A study by a couple of researchers at the University of Toronto and at James Madison University in Virginia proved something that we may already know. ...


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