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The Gain of Sacrifice
The Gain of Sacrifice

Introduction

I returned from a two-week trip to Nairobi, Kenya, and Jos, Nigeria, where we were visiting some of our dear friends and ministry partners ...


Jesus is the treasure that is worth sacrificing everything else for.


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The Good Life

Introduction

People may not sing it much anymore, but the following Herb Magidson song was popular in its day:

You're gonna take that ocean trip, no matter, ...

Rightly relishing the pleasures of God


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Same Old, Same Old

From the editor

After 15 years at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Philip Ryken accepted the call to become the next president ...


There is nothing new on this earth; but when we look above, God gives us new life each day.


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Jesus' Vacation

Introduction

Many of us have recently returned from our summer holidays and are trying to adjust to normal life once again. There was a little blurb ...


Jesus' easy yoke and light burden free us from worthless pursuits and provide us with something significant to accomplish.


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Keeping Stress From Becoming Distress

Introduction:

I want to talk about keeping stress from becoming distress. Not all stress is bad. We need a certain amount of stress in our lives in order ...


God can use even stress to teach us ways to grow stronger for others' sake.


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The Gift of Purpose-Filled Living

A few years ago I was working at an elementary-aged camp. It had rained a couple of days in a row, and finally the sun was shining, but it was still ...


The 'secret' of purpose-filled living is helping people.


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Investing Your Life

I will begin by saying today's sermon is not about money. It's about something much, much more important. This parable teaches four crucial principles ...


The servant who was given five talents was called good and faithful because he went at once to put his talents to work-do the same.


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Finding Significance in Obscurity
Finding Significance in Obscurity

I would expect 99 percent of the people in our society feel very obscure; the kind of feeling that whatever I do doesn't really matter. Nobody ...


Obscurity changes to significance, when we turn our lives over to the Lord.


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