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When Being Right Might Be Wrong

I was on a plane recently and picked up the in-flight magazine. Skimming through the pages, I happened across a large quote featured on a particular page. It was by a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, who said, “You got to be … Continue reading

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Selfishness

When the Apostle Paul wrote to Timothy, he mentioned what the last days would look like. In that context, Paul said that people would be “lovers of self” (2 Timothy 3:2). When I read that, I can’t help but wonder … Continue reading

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Hezekiah Was Selfish… Are You?

Hezekiah was a good king. He was one of a very small number of Old Testament kings described as having done “what was right in the eyes of the LORD.” He was a good guy who tried to do the … Continue reading

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Denying Self

“If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me” (Matthew 16:24). “Deny himself.” That’s an idea we don’t hear much about today. No, of course we don’t. We are much too … Continue reading

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