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Salt has a wonderful history. It was such a valuable commodity in biblical times that the Romans paid their soldiers with it. Incidentally, that is where we get the expression that someone who is overpaid is “not worth their salt.” Salt does many things, one of which is to give flavor to something. We are to be salt, so that whatever we do and

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“Come close to God, and God will come close to you. Wash your hands, you sinners; purify your hearts, for your loyalty is divided between God and the world.” James 4:8. If we want to build our relationship with God then we need to spend time with Him. God is always telling us that He wants to spend time with us, but we are

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Several years ago, we built our current home, from the ground up, ourselves. There were designs drawn, mistakes made, time taken and help given from others. Whether it’s a road, or a building project, construction takes time. There can be obstacles, mistakes, issues and delays, but the final result is worth the effort. When we accept God’s gift of salvation, we begin the process

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The king of the birds was looking in the mirror one day and was disappointed to see that his feathers were not as bright as they were once. “I am getting old,” he said, “I think it will soon be time to choose a new king.” He decided to announce that on a certain day, all the birds will gather and present themselves before

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A little girl climbed into her daddy’s lap and asked him to build her a dollhouse. Much to her delight, he promised to do so. Distracted by his business, the father forgot about his promise. One evening, he entered his daughter’s room and saw all her dolls and doll furniture packed in boxes. When he questioned her about it, she simply said she was

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For we are to God the fragrance of Christ among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing. 2 Corinthians 2:15. Paul’s use of the phrase “the fragrance of Christ” would present an immediate analogy for his audience, but it should also be something with which we should identify. During Paul’s time the Roman military paraded captives of war through the

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… And who knows whether you have not attained royalty for such a time as this? Esther 3:14 Most of us are not important people in the world’s eyes: we aren’t wealthy, we aren’t famous, we don’t hold political office. We’re just…normal. But God has placed you in the corner where you are at this particular time in history. You are part of God’s history, and

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I read a story about a new young partner in a law firm. The senior partners had set extremely high standards and had coached him carefully. He did well in some minor trials but he lost his first big case. When the partners reviewed the trial, they pointed out his errors and suggested different strategies. Even with all their critique, he lost the next

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A mother heard her daughter crying and ran in to see that her young son Henry had grabbed the girl’s hair and was pulling it. She removed the boy’s hand and told her daughter, “He doesn’t realize how much that hurt.” The mother left the room, and in a few minutes, she heard the little boy crying. When she walked into the room, the daughter said:

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“For, before the harvest, when the blossom is gone and the flower becomes a ripening grape, he will cut off the shoots with pruning knives, and cut down and take away the spreading branches.” Isaiah 18:5 Just like the farmer tends to his crop to produce a harvest and the sculptor chisels away the stone to reveal the beauty of his art, God prunes

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