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Being Wise With My Words
The tongue has the power to build people up or tear people down. So how can we be wise with how we use our words?
Creation is from God
If you ever want to see the ugliest dinosaur ever, go to my mom’s house. For some odd reason (that only mothers would understand),…
Watch your mouth
I’m a big fan of words and talking with both people I know and people I’m about to know. This is a positive because…
Creation is calling
When my toes inched closer to the 1,000-foot drop, no one had to tell me to be impressed with the Grand Canyon. There was…
Being Wise With Difficult People
When dealing with people, be as wise as snakes but innocent as doves. Pastor Ben explains what this means.
Being Wise With Sex
God designed sex to be a good thing inside of marriage. So how do we make wise decisions in our sexual lives?
Can people change?
I ask couples in premarriage counseling this question: “Who do you want to marry: the person you are marrying or the person you hope…
The best way to begin your day
Each morning our bodies instinctively strive for harmony. Psychologists call this homeostasis, or equilibrium. For example, if we wake up tired, we reach for…
What are you filling up on?
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you didn’t surprise yourself? You know, those moments when something comes out of your mouth that catches even you…
Being Wise In My Life’s Walk
We know what we’re supposed to do. But how can we actually put wisdom into practice?
Does God really love me?
If you are a believer in God, I can assume that you believe in God’s power, control, ambitious plans, sovereignty, holiness, eternity, and command…
Wisdom Isn’t Found From Google
Seeking wisdom? Don’t Google how. Don’t rely on your gut. Start with God.