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Monthly Archives: October 1998

Where Are You Taking God?

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Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers. PSALM 1:1 A friend met regularly for a Bible study with a small group of high-school boys, some of whom were more […]

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Do some accounting.

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Do you have any promises outstanding? Have you written any checks on your integrity that need to be backed up? List any promises you have made and then give an action you will take to fulfill that promise: Promise made Action to be taken Date Scheduled 1. A fishing trip […]

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Relate, Relate, Relate

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The shift by the American workforce toward free agency brings with it a tremendous need for developing and/or upgrading your Relational Quotient (RQ). Since people know you are making no promises about their future, how you treat them matters all the more. No matter where you are in the pecking […]

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Generosity’s ROI

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Generosity is transformational for both the receivers and the givers. Until just a few years ago, Malti was a teenage girl living on the streets of Dehradun, northeast India, in the foothills of the Himalayas. Her parents had separated from the family, and Malti had taken over the responsibility of […]

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Physically Prepared (Part One)

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She sets about her work vigorously; her arms are strong for her tasks. PROVERBS 31:17 The last thing you might expect to find in a devotional book is a lecture about physical fitness. But don’t go turning the page in hopes of finding something a bit more “spiritual” just yet. […]

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Knowing God at Work

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Who may ascend the hill of the LORD? Who may stand in his holy place? PSALM 24:3 If the mission statement for your career and the mission statement for your life aren’t closely aligned, then you might lack a complete view of how your faith plays out in your work. […]

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Just What the Doctor Ordered

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A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones. PROVERBS 17:22 It’s sometimes difficult to find much cheer on the job. Our work is often tedious. Coworkers can be meanspirited and crude. Unreasonable deadlines cut into our personal time. Bosses are sometimes incompetent, critical, or […]

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