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Missions, for Heaven's Sake

Having lived in South America as missionaries, my family and I realized that moving to another jungle location meant a lot of work. We knew the discomforts ...


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Work Is Never Done

Despite his popularity, John Chrysostom sometimes became discouraged with the seeming deafness of his listeners as they failed to apply the truths he ...


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Success and Service

Toward the end of his life, Albert Einstein removed the portraits of two scientists--Newton and Maxwell--from his wall and replaced them with portraits ...


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Let Them Eat Bread

The question of bread for myself is a material question, but the question of bread for my neighbours, for everybody, is a spiritual and religious question. ...


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Don't Kill the Horse

It is possible to throw our lives away foolishly by burning the candle at both ends. When Robert Murray McCheyne, only thirty years old, lay dying, he ...


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Putting Christ First in Ministry

In order to effectively minister, church leaders must establish priorities for their work. We must first be committed to Christ, then to one another in ...


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Doing My Master's Will

A charge to keep I have,A God to glorify.A never dying soul to save,And fit it for the sky.To serve the present age,My calling to fulfill;O may it all ...


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Heaven in the Present

We all long for heaven where God is but we have it in our power to be in heaven with Him right now—to be happy with Him at this very moment. But ...


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The Holy Spirit: Missing

In many Christian circles the Holy Spirit is either neglected, forgotten, or misunderstood. The One given to unite the body of Christ is the center of ...


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Tiny Sacrifices

Fred Craddock, in an address to ministers, caught the practical implications of consecration. "To give my life for Christ appears glorious," ...


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