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Flatter Me

We all want to hear good things about ourselves. Your hair looks nice. Your shirt is amazing. I love the way you decorated your home. This food tastes wonderful. Compliments are great and often we do not receive enough of this positive encouragement.  Flattery is different than compliments. Flattery is insincere, typically given to someone … Continue reading Flatter Me

Being Right

There’s a song by Katy Nichole that is called, “Things I Wish I Would’ve Said.” One lyric that kept standing out to me is “What if neither one of us was right.” I kept thinking about this lyric. Imagine if we would think about this when we are engaging with our friends and family? What … Continue reading Being Right

When Evil Exists

In 2 Kings we read that there can be no peace when evil exists. Read 2 Kings 9:18-22. This passage follows a verse with the watchman noting that Jehu’s mob was approaching. The horseman asked “Do you come in peace” numerous times. Jehu continued to respond, “What do you have to do with peace? Fall … Continue reading When Evil Exists

The Common Good

We too often look out for ourselves, but today’s verse mentions that we were given the Holy Spirit and various spiritual gifts for the common good. We read in 1 Corinthians 12:7: “A manifestation of the Spirit is given to each person for the common good” (CSB). This goes against what we usually are being … Continue reading The Common Good

But Only

We all love to get recognition, to get credit for our good deeds. Saul was victorious over the years. So was David. Saul acknowledged that people gave him credit. Yet, they only gave Saul credit for a small portion of success while David was given a lot more credit. In 1 Samuel 18:8-9, we read: … Continue reading But Only

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