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Handling Opposition To Your Faith

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We're going to look at how to handle opposition to our faith and we're going to look at two things: What do we need to remember when we're feeling pressure peer pressure, and what do we need to do when we're feeling peer pressure. When we're feeling harassed or put down or ridiculed or maligned, or criticized or whatever, for our faith. What do we need to do? 1. Don't Be...

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7 Steps to Get Your Spouse to Listen

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How do you get your spouse to listen to you? What's the best way to navigate through conflict with your husband or wife? You can take any area that you need to talk about and follow these seven steps to get your spouse to listen to you. 1. CHOOSE THE RIGHT TIME Eccl. 8:6 (MSG) "There's a right time and way for everything." Timing is everything in communication. We can...

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6 Characteristics of Successful People

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Solomon was the most successful man who ever lived. He achieved everything he ever wanted, had more wealth than anybody has ever amassed. He was an incredible achiever. Solomon, gave us six ingredients for success. 1. Work ENTHUSIASTICALLY Eccl. 9:10 (NIV) "Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might..." Put your heart into it, give it your best effort. ...

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3 Ways to Be a More Considerate Spouse

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What does consideration look like within a marriage? Consideration means you start thinking of "we" instead of "me." It means paying attention to what your spouse says. It means showing common courtesy. It means respecting and treating them with respect and with care. One of the primary purposes of marriage is to teach us how to be considerate. Why? Because Jesus is cons...

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3 Ways to Act Like Jesus in Any Situation

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Have you ever asked yourself, "in this situation, what would Jesus do? What would Jesus do at the office? What would Jesus do as I'm driving down the interstate and someone cuts me off? How would Jesus act in my marriage? How would Jesus handle this problem?" Philippians 2:5 "You must have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had." But, what does it mean to have the same ...

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6 Rewards You Get From Wisdom

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What will wisdom do for you? A lot more than we think! Most of us spend our whole life trying to obtain a long life, wealth, honor, pleasure, security and happiness. But, God actually says that all of these things are byproducts from learning to be wise. 1. Wisdom Brings a LONG LIFE How can God promise me a longer life if I'm wise? Because when we're wise it reduces the...

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Greatness Comes Through Service

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To be great, we have to get our hands dirty. We must have a servant's heart. Looking at the life of King David, we see that he had a servant's heart. He was willing to do whatever God wanted him to do. Scripture is clear that David struggled with sin, like you and me, but the Bible also tells us that his greatest desire was, "I want to do God's will more than anything els...

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Do You Want Your Life to Count? It's Your Choice.

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What are you living for? Who are you living for? What are you going to do with the rest of your days on this earth? It's very important because what we do with those days on earth and how we spend them are going to profoundly influence where we spend eternity and how we spend eternity. So, do you want to make your life count? Do you want to make a difference? Here's 4 ...

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Contentment Leads to Happiness

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A lot of people misunderstand the meaning of contentment. Many think contentment means I have no ambition. No. Contentment is not laziness. Contentment is not apathy. Contentment is not complacency. Contentment is not fatalism whatever will be, will be. Contentment is not lacking ambition. Here's what contentment is: It's enjoying what I have right now rather than waiti...

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Happiness Comes from Being Trusted

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Are you what you say you are? Are you the real deal? Or do you find yourself wearing different masks for different areas of your life? That's what they used to do in Greek theater. One actor would play many parts of the play, and he would use different masks to differentiate the characters. The word for that type of actor in Greek is called a hypocrites that's where we ...

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