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Me and My Big Mouth
Me and My Big Mouth

Introduction

“Pad kid poured curd pulled cod." Researchers from MIT say this is the world's most difficult tongue twister. Have a go. If ...


We have two choices with our words—either bless, or to curse.


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America: It's Time for a New Song
America: It's Time for a New Song

Introduction

We all stand privy to the tragic and horrific developments of the shootings in Louisiana, Minnesota, and Texas. Unfortunately, it's not the ...


We know how the old song of sin and brokenness goes. It's time to sing something new.


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God Uses Suffering for Our Good
God Uses Suffering for Our Good

Introduction

I remember standing next to the late Joan Rivers. It was May 2006, and I had been in Sydney, Australia, preaching in some Anglican churches ...


Suffering under the supervision of our good God should have good results in our lives.


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The Freeing Power of Silent Prayer
The Freeing Power of Silent Prayer

Introduction

A young man goes through a very painful breakup with his girlfriend. He genuinely wants to honor God and live a life of integrity, but he ...


Being still before God makes us whole and sets us free.


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The Final Week, Were You There?
The Final Week, Were You There?

Introduction

Artist Hieronymus Bosch painted Christ carrying his cross in 1505. Christ was surrounded in the painting by such notably ghoulish and revolting ...


Jesus takes expediency, injustice, and selfishness into himself, and offers us resurrection.


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Silence and Solitude

Several years ago I came back from vacation feeling, not refreshed and renewed, but distracted, disenfranchised, and alienated. I came home feeling that, ...


Silence and Solitude supply fuel for the soul.


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The Purpose and Power of Fasting

The disciplined person is the person who can do what needs to be done when it needs to be done. Now I can take a basketball and I can get it into a ...


Fasting is the voluntary denial of an otherwise normal function for the sake of intense spiritual activity


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