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Responding to Injustice

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It is normal and natural for us to shrink from unpleasant situations and conflict. Unfortunately, we sometimes find ourselves in the middle of them through no fault of our own. Can we insist on our rights, our honor, and our dignity?

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Fiery Coals

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While on a missions trip, the Norwegian evangelist Hans Nielsen Hauge (1771-1824) was once caught in a snowstorm in the fields and got lost, together with his guide. After wandering aimlessly for a while, they caught sight of a light and followed it to a house. The owners, however, refused the weary travelers’ request for a place to stay for the night.

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Coping With Stress

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Why do people react so differently when life presents hassles or major events? The answer to this question is not found in a comparison of circumstances. Rather, we must look at a person's attitude towards God, himself, and his environment.

Many people I meet each week are truly stressed out. I am convinced that the time in which we live is more tumultuous than any generation before us. From the constant low voltage stress of everyday living, to the occasional unavoidable crisis, you and I live in a stressful culture. The constant crush of demands on every side has the potential of robbing us of our peace, joy, and energy. All of which leads to horrible consequences – emotional breakdowns, tension in our relationships, physical ailments, etc.

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Are You Unwilling to Forgive?

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Why do most people find forgiveness difficult? Although Christ gives us clear guidelines in this matter, many people harbor hatred or resentment in their hearts. If we are followers of Christ, can we still carry grudges, resentment, or even hatred in our hearts?

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Mid-day Refreshment

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“She...strengthens her arms” and “...her lamp does not go out by night.” (Proverbs 31:17-18)

Nowadays we find a surprising number of people affected by various physical and psychological burdens. Even many mothers are affected. There is the mother whose child does not sleep through the night, and she wakes up exhausted in the morning. Another seeks to meet the needs of ill or allergy-suffering family members both day and night. Or consider the plight of the mother whose difficult, headstrong teenager cannot be led in the right, pure way. Or the woman who works part, or even full-time, alongside the housework she does. Then there is the wife who seeks to satisfy the expectations of a demanding husband. Or assist her friend, who may be trying to sustain herself with limited financial resources. Although this unfinished list could go on, let us turn our attention to what the apostle said, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” (Philippians 4:13).

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