Exposing the misconception of meekness

So often today, the Christian value of meekness is overlooked, and often times completely disregarded. Much of this attitude has come about as a result of Christians who misunderstand what meekness really is.

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How healthy is your soil?

The Magnolia is widely considered one of the most beautiful and fragrant trees of the South. Its large white blossoms often dot main streets and gardens across the region. But what many people don’t know is that its soil – when healthy – produces an equally wonderful aroma.

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Becoming great by getting out of your puddle

You might be surprised to learn that if you catch a small shark and confine it, it will stay a size proportionate to the aquarium you put it in. Sharks can be six inches long yet fully matured. But if you let them loose in the ocean, they will grow to their normal length.

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The power of loving your enemies

In his book, The Grace of Giving, Stephen Olford tells of a Baptist pastor during the American Revolution named Peter Miller who lived in Ephrata, Pennsylvania.

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God hears you!

A man was being pursued by a roaring, hungry lion. Feeling the beast’s hot breath on his neck and knowing his time was short, he prayed frantically as he ran, “O Lord, please make this lion a Christian.”

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The greatest gift you could ever receive

On May 2, 1962, a dramatic advertisement appeared in the San Francisco examiner that said, “I don’t want my husband to die in the gas chamber for a crime he did not commit. I will therefore offer my services for 10 years as a cook, maid, or housekeeper to any leading attorney who will defend him and bring about his vindication.”

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What’s your business?

There was a team of engineers who did an experiment in a wind tunnel to determine why geese fly in a “V” formation.

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How you can build up the body of Christ

There was a team of engineers who did an experiment in a wind tunnel to determine why geese fly in a “V” formation.

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The profound impact of human connection

There was a woman who always went to a certain post office in her town because the postal employees there were just so friendly.

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You were made to praise

Chuck Swindoll tells the story of a fighter pilot shot down by enemy fire during World War II…

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