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The Test of Faith

The test of faith doesn’t come from spending idle time When we ponder what to do with our lives. But in stressful situations when nothing goes right: During those times, are we patient and serve as a light? Are we

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What Is False Hope?

Some say hope has no opposite: that the chances of a desired outcome don’t matter because hope is just that, a desire, whether it’s false or not. However, many other sources define it otherwise. A few of them include: The

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Our Hopes for Our Children

“I don’t care if he has to collect trash to make a living, as long as he’s happy and healthy.” My wife gave this matter-of-fact response this Saturday after our son was born when I asked her what her hope

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Hope Is An Action

“Hope is for thinkers, not doers,” said another one of my co-workers the other day. This, ironically, made me think. In many senses, hope is a desire for a favorable outcome. As a noun, Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary refers to hope as

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Is Hope for Weak People?

“I don’t need hope,” my co-worker said. “It’s for weak people.” Shocked, I just stood there and looked at him, waiting for him to elaborate. After all, everyone needs hope, right? Standing over a cheese slicer in the deli, he

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Solve Today’s Riddle for a Free Book

Yesterday’s promise of a free book for the first person to guess the topic of my posts continues. Here’s today’s riddle: Everyone can possess it, But you can’t make it, Or force someone to take it. Some have more; Some

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Free Book Giveaway

So here’s the deal: I’m giving away a free copy of my first book, “I Called You.” There’s one catch: you’ve got to be the first person to guess the subject of my new blog series. Beginning today, I’ll start

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