Red Letter Believers

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376 weeks ago @ Struggle to Victory - Wisdom in Relationships · 1 reply · +1 points

I agree. I just want to be open to criticism...even if it is unfair

376 weeks ago @ Struggle to Victory - Loving Others AS Yourself · 1 reply · +1 points

I wonder if self love should be redefined as "self respect." That takes on a whole new meaning, and I'm not merely looking at myself through false lenses, ala Dorian Gray

445 weeks ago @ Struggle to Victory - Essential Elements of ... · 2 replies · +1 points

It does start with the though life. What that's connected to -- my heart,my mind -- I don't really know. But sin, depression, anger are all born right inside my thoughts. If i cut it out early in the process, I'm less likely to do the deed

494 weeks ago @ Lisa notes... - What’s your story? · 0 replies · +1 points

The best stories are those that are told in grace-- because they are the most honest ones

499 weeks ago @ Red Letter Believers - I have enough · 0 replies · +1 points

I surely dont deserve all of this. God, keep my lips from complaint!
My recent post Boring Church

499 weeks ago @ Red Letter Believers - I have enough · 0 replies · +1 points

Claire -- we are so blessed. When some, like you, have experienced awful poverty, how can we ever complain about a single thing? A house that sways in the wind is something not even close to my world.

the problem is that extreme poverty is out of sight, out of mind for most of us.
My recent post Boring Church

499 weeks ago @ Red Letter Believers - I have enough · 0 replies · +1 points

Your clock observation really has me going. You are so right. We know time it is, but to what end? We don't have enough money -- or time. Realy?

We should both write on this concept soon -- same day, joint post? What do you think?

503 weeks ago @ Red Letter Believers - How Slinkys Could Have... · 0 replies · +1 points

Rick

Thanks for your comment, for fact checking and your thoughtful feedback.
 
There were a number of variations, but I found one that quoted his wife and she gave the Wycliffe version. Of course, to many people that would be a 'cult.'
 
In either case, it was terrible what he did to his family. I know someone personally who has abandoned her marriage and pursued mission -- and Christians are actually applauding her!
 
The thrust of the High Calling angle is that we often think business and 'mission' are incompatable. Untrue.
Not only would he have honored his wife, he could have really used Slinky for a much bigger gospel purpose.
 
David
www.redletterbelievers.com

504 weeks ago @ http://www.aminutecapt... - It\'s Time to Thrive · 0 replies · +1 points

This post made me smile. You have a full plate, and still, you are thinking about thriving in the midst

505 weeks ago @ Red Letter Believers - undefined · 0 replies · +1 points

I love the song, "I wonder as I wander"