Tag Archives: mercy

How believable is a story about someone running away from God?

So, seriously, how believable is a story about someone who knows God is sending him/her in one direction and then decides to run in the opposite direction? It’s so believable that you might be running from God right now. Continue reading

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Forgiveness has the power to change us: Life lessons from Paul

Forgiven people forgive other people. That’s the central theme of what Paul is writing in these verses from Philemon. Continue reading

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Seeing the big picture of what God is doing: Life lessons from Paul

Paul helps to show how the events that happen in one friend’s life are part of the bigger picture of what God is doing in the world. How does your life fit into the big picture? Continue reading

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Facing a tough conversation with a Biblical approach

Have you ever had to approach someone with a tough question? Paul’s letter to Philemon offers some insight on how to handle it. Continue reading

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The meaning of life is ‘one thing’

What’s the meaning of life? It’s one of those questions we can ponder for a lifetime. But, what if there’s an answer that can help us to live a better story? Continue reading

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