Recovering From the Destruction of Anger

Do you know someone who is bound in anger? Maybe it’s you. Anger causes escalation between people and has very damaging consequences. When you hold onto anger it can cause destruction in relationships. Anger can be conquered, and recovering from anger is possible if you follow the Biblical steps in this teaching.

All In To Reach Out

We can’t give what we haven’t got. If you buy a Coke and find that the can is empty when you open it, you’re going to take that back to the store and demand a full one. If when you open it, you immediately recognize that it’s that not-so-great store-brand cola, you’re going to go…

Details

The Biblical & Moral Cure for Pride

We’ve already learned the worldwide and personal conflicts and devastations that are the direct results of pride. Now we must learn the Biblical and Moral Cure. Next we will learn how to prevent the pride and narcissism of others from damaging us.

Out Of Darkness Light Is Come

Out of Darkness, Light Has Come It all began with a light bulb.  Today we cannot imagine life without the ability to flick that switch. The first thing we do when we get home at night in the dark is turn on the lights. In fact, many people intentionally leave lights on all day long…

Details

Making Christmas Meaningful

On December 9, 1965, Americans all over the country tuned in to watch the first airing of “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” Charles Schulz, the creator of Charlie Brown in his Peanuts comic strip, “intuitively knew the things Americans cared about. The things that gave their lives meaning. The long-time Sunday school teacher also knew the…

Details

The Destructions of Pride

We live in a driven culture. We are driven to succeed, driven to be leaders, driven to excel. And underlying this succeed-at-all-costs message is the exaltation of the Self. Everyone wants to be the leader, not the servant. The chief, and not the follower. We look at those who have achieved success with wonder and…

Details

How To Give Thanks For All Things

According to God’s Word, we are to: “Rejoice always and delight in your faith; be unceasing and persistent in prayer; in every situation [no matter what the circumstances] be thankful and continually give thanks to God; for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus” (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 AMP). Whew! That’s a mouthful! It says these disciplines are the will…

Details

Recovering From The Destructions of Iniquity

Recovery! What a great word. Having the opportunity to recover is God’s highest priority for us. Iniquity or narcissism is so very destructive in so many ways to ourselves and the people around us. You can learn in this teaching just how evil iniquity/narcissism is and what happens to us if we choose to continue…

Details