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King David messed up big time. His life stinks, and he knows it.
God gave us a map that leads away from danger and guides us toward eternal life.
According to Jesus, we have two choices. Neither one of them is appealing.
None of us wants to be sad, so why do we enjoy art that makes us feel sad? Sorrowful songs can strengthen our connections, in bad times and in good.
2 Kings 2:1-12
Patching up loss and disappointment can make a life that is not simply bearable, but beautiful.
1 Corinthians 8:1-13
Food will not bring us close to God. Something else will, and it’s not the confection described as “a taste of heaven.”
Love, justice, healing and hope are landmarks that will help us find our destination — and understand the journey.
1 Samuel 3:1-10, (11-20)
God’s call is not always spectacular. Sometimes we need to let the silence speak.
$38 million for a Bible? How much is your Bible worth?
A baby inspires Simeon and Anna to do something that sounds familiar on New Year’s Eve: they look forward. But for them, it’s a future world their eyes will never see.
When Gabriel gave a teenage Mary the heads-up about her pregnancy, she could not have possibly known what to expect in the next nine months — or the rest of her life.
Luke 2:1-14 (15-20)
Special Christmas Eve Installment
Do we have a guardian angel protecting us? Or an angel investor backing us on our Christian journey? The answer might surprise you.
1 Thessalonians 5:16-24
What is the one thing without which Christmas cannot happen? A court case reminds us that it shouldn’t be so hard for Christians to do what Christians do.
2 Peter 3:8-15a
Sometimes we need to change the channel on our behavior, and it can lead to a change of mind.
In God’s eyes we are never garbage, no matter how much of a mess we’ve made. We can always be cleansed, always be redeemed.
The harvest belongs to God, and it’s a harvest of love.
No one likes to be publicly embarrassed. Will God call us out if we’re caught napping?
Christians speak the truth, treat others fairly and succeed through service to others.
Would the greatest commandment survive a court challenge?
Important messages come to us from the past. But to understand them, we must be able to read them.
Paul shows us how charity, clarity and collaboration might be just the thing for irreconcilable differences.
Exodus 20:1-4, 7-9, 12-20
Artificial intelligence isn’t needed to know what the Highest Intelligence expects of us.
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