How God uses your weakness for His glory

A man lay seasick in his bunk one stormy night, during a long voyage across the Atlantic. He could hardly move from the severe discomfort.

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Can all religions be true?

A story is told about two men who lived in a small village and got into a terrible dispute that neither of them could resolve.

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Are heaven and hell for real?

In the 1800s, a well-known agnostic lecturer named Robert G. Ingersoll announced he would be giving an address on hell. Specifically, Ingersoll declared he would conclusively prove that hell was a wild dream of scheming theologians who invented it to terrify people.

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Why do we obey God?

Former NFL quarterback Roger Staubach, who led the Dallas Cowboys to win two Super Bowls, once admitted he was frustrated with the fact that he didn’t get to call his own plays, which many quarterbacks did in his day.

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How Jesus makes you new

British businessman Lindsay Clegg told a story about a London warehouse property he was selling.

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Avoiding the dangerous trap of prejudice

Catherine Booth was known as the “Mother of The Salvation Army.” Wherever she would go, large cross sections of society—princes and paupers alike—would gather to hear her speak.

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Winning in the long processes of life

Early in his inventing career, Thomas Edison invented a vote-tallying machine that could be used in legislative chambers. Simply by moving the switch from right to left, one could vote for or against a proposal without leaving his or her desk.

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What’s a good name worth to you?

In the late 1800s, the Louisiana State Lottery rose to prominence, as well as to infamy, as it was plagued with scandal after scandal…

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Do your words and actions honor Christ?

One day, a pig was fervently eating acorns under an oak tree. When the supply started waning, the pig became so enamored with finding more acorns that he began rooting around in the dirt, exposing the roots of the tree.

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Can anyone be a good leader?

A rich businessman once held a dinner party to which Calvin Coolidge had been invited. After Coolidge left, the man remarked that he thought Coolidge would one day make a good president of the United States.

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