Monthly Archives: March 1998

Work Hard While You Can

Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might, for in the grave, where you are going, there is neither working nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom. ECCLESIASTES 9:10 Life is short; play hard.” So the saying goes. That is actually not bad advice from Ecclesiastes. But […]

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11. Two Left Feet

One of your feet is slightly bigger than another, and as long as you can remember, only one of your shoes fits and the other is either extremely tight or very loose. You run a lot to exercise, and because one of your shoes never fits, you consistently sprain ankles […]

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Playing Favorites

To show partiality is not good. PROVERBS 28:21 It’s one of the cornerstones of good parenting—don’t play favorites with your children. Nothing ever good comes of favoritism; it can only lead to resentment, bitterness, jealousy, discouragement, and a host of other negative attitudes and feelings among siblings. The same principle […]

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Drilling Down

Richard Scrushy, founder of HealthSouth Corp., was indicted on 85 counts of fraud, money laundering, and other crimes in connection with a $2.7 billion accounting fraud that has nearly bankrupted the company. He was accused of conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, and making false statements. The man helped […]

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It’s What’s inside That Counts

LORD, who may dwell in your sanctuary? Who may live on your holy hill? PSALM 15:1 God is extremely interested in the contents of our hearts. He certainly observes our external performance, but measuring and evaluating what’s in our hearts is His chief concern. It was so for Saul, it […]

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