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Words That Matter

We Will Serve the Lord

Joshua is standing on the brink of his eternal reward. His ministry is over. He has nearly completed his mission. He has faithfully done the job God has given him to do. When Moses died, the mantle fell upon Joshua. He accepted the challenge of the Lord and did a mighty job for his glory. Now he stands triumphant on…

Words of Grace and Truth

In John 8, we encounter the famous story of a woman caught in the act of adultery. Ill-intended religious leaders were using her as a pawn in a devious trick to corner Jesus between the Law of God and the law of the land.  Jesus’ legendary response was simple; he simply stooped down and began…

Here I Am

Bertoldo de Giovanni is a name even the most enthusiastic lover of art is unlikely to recognize. He was the pupil of Donatello, the greatest sculptor of his time, and he was the teacher of Michelangelo, the greatest sculptor of all time. Michelangelo was only 14 years old when he came to Bertoldo, but it…

Follow Me!

During the World War some Turkish soldiers tried to drive away a flock of sheep on a hillside near Jerusalem. The shepherd, who had been sleeping, was suddenly aroused by the commotion to see his herd being pushed away from their place of safety. He realized almost instantly that single-highhandedly he could not hope to recapture his flock by force. However the seasoned herdsman had…

Speak Lord, Your Servant Listens!

A famous statesman once found himself with too many commitments in too few days. He got nervous and tense about it. “I was snapping at my wife and our children, choking down my food at mealtimes, and feeling irritated at those unexpected interruptions through the day,” he recalled. “Before long, things around their home started…

Words Matter

We live life by ideas, and words are the pieces of which ideas are built. Words can poison, words can heal. Words start and fight wars but words can make peace. Words lead men to do great good and great harm. Nelson Mandela wrote “It is never my custom to use words lightly. If 27…