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Pride and Prejudice

Posted by admin in March 16th, 2010 | 3 comments 
Published in obedience

I was asked recently to speak on pride at Sterling College’s chapel service. The first thought in my head was, “I’d be really good at that.” The second thought, “I hope the students think I’m the best chapel speaker ever!” Wow. Pride, at least in my life, is that insidious. Pride’s disgusting. I’m disgusting. Christianity […]

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Is My Sin Original or Extra Crispy?

Posted by admin in November 18th, 2008 | 1 comment 
Published in faith

To be honest with you, I was born a liar. Yes, really. Lying was second nature to me. As a kid, I’d lie rather than tell the truth even if the truth was better. My poor parents. But I think my compulsion to lie was a part of that whole original sin thing. The thing […]

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