Monthly Archives: November 1999

The Greatness of God (Part One)

Where were you when I laid the earth’s foundation? JOB 38:4 God was the silent, unseen witness at the lengthy consulting session between Job and his friends. He heard Eliphaz proclaim, “Do not despise the discipline of the Almighty” (Job 5:17). He listened as Bildad announced, “Surely God does not […]

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The world is moved by highly motivated people, by enthusiasts, by men and women who want something very much or believe very much.—John Gardner

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Testing for Wickedness

Why does the wicked man revile God? Why does he say to himself, “He won’t call me to account”? PSALM 10:13 It’s always important to know the competition. If you know your enemies, you know when to avoid them, when to engage them, and how to defeat them. And, perhaps […]

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We all have some level of influence or power. We can use that power for good and benefit our organizations and those around us. We can also abuse that power and use it for ourselves at the cost of our organization and others. The Golden Rule will guard against this […]

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Drilling Down

Mike Abrashoff, author of It’s Your Ship: Management Techniques from the Best Damn Ship in the Navy, is the epitome of someone who was ready for his golden opportunity when it came and who achieved success by practicing the Golden Rule. Before Mike took his first command, which was of […]

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Daniel easily could have blended in with his surroundings and gone along with everything his leaders asked him to do. But he had developed a warehouse of moral convictions, so he was able to make the right choices when he came to the ethical intersections of his life. A moral […]

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