Be free!

Bitterness and anger are heavy weights to carry. They rob you of the freedom that’s yours to enjoy through Jesus Christ. And they keep you from sharing His love with others.

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The importance of facing life’s challenges head-on

Researcher Spencer Silver from 3M was curious about what would happen if he mixed an unusual amount of monomer into a polymer-based adhesive he was working on.

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How’s your vision?

A young couple moved into a new neighborhood where they didn’t know anyone. The next morning while they were eating breakfast, the wife saw her neighbor hanging the wash outside.

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Finding reward in life’s challenges

Almost everyone has heard of Paul Revere’s midnight ride to warn American patriots of advancing British soldiers during the American Revolution.

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How you can avoid spiritual immaturity

In a survey conducted by the Barna Research Group, nearly 1/3 of all born-again Christians stated that all good people will go to heaven, whether they have embraced Jesus Christ or not.

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Be restored!

Home remodeling has grown into a big business these days, especially on TV. If you’ve ever watched one of these shows where a couple helps some family buy a tiny, rundown house and turn it into the home of their dreams, then maybe you’ve noticed a particular pattern.

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How to emphasize the eternal in your life

Professional golfer Tommy Bolt was playing in Los Angeles and had a caddy with a reputation of constant chatter.

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Be encouraged!

Professional athletes know that when a hometown crowd rises to their feet in a stadium and cheers at the top of their lungs, something powerful happens.

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The destructive power of unforgiveness

The famous writer Leo Tolstoy thought he was getting his marriage off on the right foot when he asked his fiancée Sonya to read his diaries, detailing all of his sexual indiscretions.

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The incredible value of what God’s given you

When the Western Union company asked the great inventor Thomas Edison to “name his price” for the ticker he had invented, Edison asked for a few days to think it over.

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