Today’s list comes from author, seminar speaker, counselor, and psychologist Dr. Steve Stephens. It is a follow up to yesterday’s post on Bearing Burdens and God’s Grace.
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Following yesterday’s post, 5 Things To Do During Troubling Times, here’s a succinct list, adapted from Master’s University professor Glenda Hotton, an author, counselor, and lecturer, on where to look when facing adversity, challenges, and problems.
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Today’s list comes from a book by Terry Brown and Michael Ross entitled “Communicate: Experience Him. Share Him,” which they compiled from various Scriptures.
Each point about integrity serves as an important reminder that we need to constantly examine ourselves and be sure that we’re being true to our values, beliefs, and core principles.
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Today we resume our new weekly column, Friday’s List to Live By.
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Today’s list identifies some of the qualities of wisdom from the book of Proverbs. Continue reading
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Today’s list is condensed from Tim Kimmel’s “Legacy of Love” about teaching integrity to your children. Continue reading
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Today’s list, How To Love Your Wife, is adapted from Stuart Scott’s book “The Exemplary Husband.” Continue reading
Today’s list is adapted from LeRoy Brownlow’s, A Psalm in My Heart, based on Psalm 18.
Click here to read Psalm 18, where David used seven tributes to describe and praise God.
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