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Wednesday, August 26 2015

Joe felt pretty good about his circle of friends. Luncheon and dinner engagements were frequent. And he had a group of guys would hit the golf course with a few times a month. Conversations stayed pretty superficial but he felt that was what friends were supposed to do, not get into each other’s business.

When Joe left the corporate world, his friends became hard to find. The circle of friends was indeed on

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Wednesday, August 19 2015

Jesus was given a work to do, a will to obey and a woman to love. His work was to reconnect man with the Father by putting death to sin, healing the disconnect created by Adam in the relationship God desired with man. Jesus’ will to obey was to testify to Truth beyond what the world could comprehend, obeying His Father’s will all the way to the point of death on the cross. His woman to love was the Church, established through a loving relationship with His disciples first as slaves, then friends and finally brothers.

Ron had a work to do, to provide for his family. After a period of immersion in his job and career a men’s movement, called Promise Keepers challenged him on

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Wednesday, August 12 2015

Passionate about persecuting those following Christ, Saul was still breathing out murderous threats against the Lord’s disciples. He acquired letters from the high priest to present to synagogues in Damascus that granted him power to take any of those who belonged to the Way to Jerusalem as prisoners. But on the road to Damascus Saul was knocked to the ground by a light from Heaven that flashed around him.

I know a dad that was absolutely passionate in his role as a financial provider for his family. He worked hard, accepted moves with his company and pursued the next promotion and associated raise in pay. When his son started having behavioral problems in middle school, he was able to set up the best counseling money could buy to address the issues. But when the counselor said, on

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Wednesday, August 05 2015

King Nebuchadnezzar was very intentional in assimilating the best and the brightest from lands conquered to the Babylonian way of life. Not only would his kingdom benefit from young, bright minds in the king’s service but retaliatory strikes were less likely when family members were present in the city. This was the fate of Daniel and his friends after Babylon laid siege to Jerusalem. They entered a 3-year training program where they were given new names and told what food to eat, how to worship and who to pray to.

Sounds like some of our schools today – 12 years of training in political correctness. Names are not changed but on

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