Monthly Archives: December 1995

Solomon’s Equation

A man can do nothing better than to eat and drink and find satisfaction in his work. ECCLESIASTES 2:24 The bottom line, according to Solomon, is that God wants us to enjoy our lives and our work. He wants us to do it right now, not at some time in […]

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Quiet Time

Then [Job’s friends] sat on the ground with him for seven days and seven nights. No one said a word to him, because they saw how great his suffering was. JOB 2:13 Mrs. Job is not the only one who gets a bad rap for an incorrect response to Job’s […]

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Doing Good: No Longer Optional

Once upon a time, charities did good and businesses made money, and that was that. Oh, a company might have given away a small percentage of its cash through a corporate giving program, but that was optional and it was the extent of its involvement in doing good. If the […]

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Making an Eternal Impact

I know that everything God does will endure forever. ECCLESIASTES 3:14 Nearly everyone wants to live a life of significance. We want to make our time count; we want our lives to be meaningful. We would like to engage in work that has some kind of lasting effect. So how […]

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