Tag Archives: Randy Alcorn

your deepest Christmas longing

What do you long for this Christmas? Do you have a deep yearning for a solution to the world’s — and especially your own — problems? Let’s think about God’s already-given, Christmas-time answer to our problem (from which all residual … Continue reading

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a hard time leaving all this

A wealthy plantation owner invited John Wesley to his home. The two rode their horses all day, seeing just a fraction of all the man owned. At the end of the day the plantation owner proudly asked, “Well, Mr. Wesley, … Continue reading

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Do my possessions cause you to stumble?

Tough questions to ask ourselves: Would my accumulation of possessions cause a Christian sister to stumble in her faith? Would she leave my home and have to work through covetous thoughts, or, having seen all my belongings, leave with questions … Continue reading

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All that’s left is joy

“All the animals of the forest are mine, and I own the cattle on a thousand hills.  I know every bird on the mountains, and all the animals of the field are mine.” (Psalm 50:10-11) Trooper was in the kitchen trash … Continue reading

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