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When Weaknesses are Proclaimed as ‘Strengths’

In an episode of NBC’s sitcom, The Office, Michael Scott offers a humorously self-serving accounting of his weaknesses as a boss: “I work ...


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Unrealized Strength

When we think of strength in God’s creation, we might think of elephants but rarely would we think of an octopus. After all, an octopus doesn’t ...


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Wearable Muscles for Impaired Arms

Muscular dystrophy, spinal injury, and other medical issues can cause progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass in a patient’s arms. Over time, ...


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Trees Won’t Mature with Too Much Fast, Easy Growth

How do trees grow the strongest? Surprisingly, too much sunlight and too much easy, fast growth does not produce healthy trees. Most young tree saplings ...


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Can You Control Yourself?

One key discovery is that self-control is an exhaustible but buildable resource. A psychologist demonstrated this with a clever experiment. He had college ...


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Spider’s Web is Stronger than Steel

A single strand of spider silk is thinner than a human hair, but five times stronger than steel of the same width. A spider silk rope just two inches ...


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2020’s Most-Read Bible Verse

During the hardest moments of a particularly difficult year, Bible searches soared online, and a record number of people turned to Scripture for passages ...


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Stop Being Ashamed of Weakness

Ian Marcus Corbin from Harvard Medical School has interviewed numerous stroke patients. He observes that far too many stroke patients "consign themselves ...


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The Power of a Child’s Art

Sally-Lloyd Jones, the author of the popular Jesus Storybook Bible for Children, tells the following story about visiting the Museum of Modern Art in ...


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Solzhenitsyn Finds Strength to Go On

There's a great story about Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Russian writer who spent years in a Siberian prison. At one point he had become completely ...


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