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Yes, No, or But

“Let your word be ‘Yes, yes,’ or ‘No, no.’ ” I find it very interesting that it is an instruction to be definite in one’s answer. Since this was a lesson from Jesus, it makes it even more interesting.

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Take Up Your Bed and Go Home

“…our refusal to forgive ourselves does paralyze us.  The more we embroil ourselves in self-recrimination, the less we are able to create and to love.”

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He Got Up and Followed Him

“He got up and followed him.” This bit of the story of Matthew the tax collector who left his booth to become one of Jesus’ disciples rings like a gong in my soul today.

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