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Your daily dose of true beauty advice… Along with strengthening our relationship with God, being thankful also serves as a preventative against many problems and sins. If you make the choice to be thankful, there are a lot of battles you … Continue reading

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Your daily dose of true beauty advice… Our electronic world often influences the way we relate to God. We “abide in him” as though we were charging our smartphone or our iPad. We think, How long do I have to be … Continue reading

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Your daily dose of true beauty advice… Anger always requires a judge, because they are the ones who make judgments. In the Old Testament metaphor, something can be displeasing “in my eyes” or “in your eyes” or “in the eyes of … Continue reading

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Your daily dose of true beauty advice… Learning to love difficult people starts with understanding that you (like me) are hard to love too. You might not be difficult to love in the same way as those around you are, and … Continue reading

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Your daily dose of true beauty advice… Jesus firmly and tenderly emphasized this promise: “Your father knows what you need. . . . Don’t be afraid, little flock, because your Father has chosen gladly to give. . . .” [Matt. 6:25-34] … Continue reading

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Your daily dose of true beauty advice… In 1 John 1:9-10 God assures us that when we confess our sins—naming them and owning up to them before God—God is faithful and righteous to forgive our sins and to cleanse us from … Continue reading

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Your daily dose of true beauty advice… When my paralysis finally began to sink in, when I realized it was permanent, I felt like my life had come to a dead end. I had absolutely no strength to fight off that … Continue reading

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Your daily dose of true beauty advice… We are functioning as a judge when we remain bitter against someone. We assess the evidence against someone, render a verdict, and declare him guilty. James challenges our judgmentalism: “There is only one Lawgiver … Continue reading