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Make Your Mouth a Fountain of Life

The Bible tells us “death and life are in the power of the tongue” (Proverbs 18:21). That means a lot is at stake in what we say today. And in literate societies like ours, tongues include hands that write, type, paint, or sign.

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Inspectors General: Obama Administration Obstructing Justice

This is in blatant disregard of the Inspector General Act passed by Congress in 1978. As the IGs point out, Section 6 of the IG Act gives IGs access to “to all records, reports, audits, reviews, documents, papers, recommendations, or other material available” to the agency involved. Neither Eric Holder nor the head of any other federal agency has the right to withhold documents or other records relevant to an investigation from the IG for any reason unless another federal law “expressly so states,” let alone because that official thinks such records might reveal wrongdoing, ethical improprieties, or other embarrassing information.

3 EQUIP, Christian Articles, Bible Answer Man | CRI

How do biblical ethics apply to hermaphrodites? The term “hermaphrodite” is derived from conjoining the name of the Greek god Hermes with the Greek goddess Aphrodite. Today, hermaphroditism is appropriately referred to as “intersex” or as a “disorder of sex development” (DSD). Regardless of the term used, confusion reigns on how to respond to this […]

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Grace to You

In a recent, introductory sermon to the book of Acts, I made some observations about the culture in which early Christians lived.  I noted that the environment at the time of the church’s...

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Grace to You

Although God does own everything, He entrusts us to be wise stewards of all that He gives to us. Theologian Walter Kaiser wrote, “Material things, goods, and natural resources are in and of themselves ‘good,’ for they are all made by God: that is the constant refrain in the creation narrative of Genesis 1—‘and God saw that it was good.’ . . . The misuse of goods comes from unholy people. Forgetting that: (1) these are creations by God, (2) God gave men and women the ability to earn these possessions, and (3) goods must not be exalted to the level of ultimate or absolute concern and worth, people begin to worship the created realm rather than the Creator himself. Such idolizing of the things of this world violates the first commandment and leads to an inversion of values in life.” We should worship God as the owner of all things, thank Him for whatever He entrusts to us, and never allow our possessions to be a cause to forget Him.

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The Way of Weakness - Subversive Kingdom

Mike, thank you for making the comment that God gives us more than we can handle so we will trust him more. For years growing up with a father with cancer and an unhealthy mom, people would tell me that I must be strong because “God won’t give you more than you can handle.” I remember the day my dad died, at the age of 54, someone said that to my mom, sister and me. My mom broke down and said that she couldn’t handle my dad being gone and how was she going to live. She couldn’t work because she had many health issue. Through my parents long and painful deaths, my infertility (both kids are adopted), marriage issues and now Jeremy’s accident and slow recovery, I often wonder about this statement and know in my heart that I do rely on God but wonder when I will have some peaks and mountain tops, not always the valleys. I still now have people tell me this quote when we talk about Jeremy’s recovery, to which I reply that a person does what they have to do. I remember Chuck Swindoll many years ago saying, “God can not use a man until he has hurt him greatly.

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Emerging solar plants scorch birds in mid-air

This October 2013 photo provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shows a burned MacGillivray’s Warbler that was found at the Ivanpah solar plant in the California Mojave Desert. Workers at a state-of-the-art new solar plant have a word for the birds that fly over the plant’s five-mile field of mirrors, “streamers,” for the puff of smoke as the birds ignite in mid-air and fall singed to the ground. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Associated Press)

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Look! A Distraction!

Distraction is one of the costs of life in a digital world. Paul Graham says it well: “Distraction is not a static obstacle that you avoid like you might avoid a rock in the road. Distraction seeks you out.” We surround ourselves with devices that bring us so many good gifts, but even these good gifts exact a cost—the cost of distraction. The iPad that allows me to read the Bible anytime and anywhere also barges into my devotional life with notifications and alerts. The phone that allows me to stay in touch with my family while they are far away also wakes me at night with its buzzes and flashes. It giveth with one hand and taketh away with the other.

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Five Principles of the New Sexual Morality

In response to the narrative of the rejection of morality, we have seen the replacement of Christian morality by an alternative form. The absolute moral anarchism this narrative envisages doesn’t materialize. However, we do see an elevation of the individual will over against the natural order and divine and social norms, rendering individual self-realization a more central moral end. The narrative of the slippery slope typically lacks a sufficient account of why the rejection of the historic Christian position on same-sex relations will often be accompanied by the rejection of specific further positions, while leaving others intact. When we appreciate that the shift is occurring through the gradual outworking of these principles of a new moral system, the logic will become clearer, as will the positions under threat. For instance, the principles of this moral system will generally produce strong moral opposition to paedophilia, which is seen to involve harm, significant imbalance of power, and the lack of capacity for informed consent. In contrast, the principles offer little resistance to consensual polyamorous relationships.

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Read J.K. Rowling's new Harry Potter story about a singing sorceress

Celestina Warbeck is one of my favourite 'off-stage' characters in the Harry Potter series, and has been part of the Potter world ever since its inception, making an early appearance in the short-lived 'Daily Prophet' series I produced for members of the equally short-lived fan club run by my British publisher, Bloomsbury. Although we never lay eyes on Celestina during the whole seven volumes of the Potter books, I always imagined her to resemble Shirley Bassey in both looks and style. I stole her first name from a friend with whom I worked, years ago, at Amnesty International's Headquarters in London; 'Celestina' was simply begging to be scooped up and attached to a glamorous witch.

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Why Reformed Christianity provides the best basis for faith today

O nce again, there is a liturgical aspect to this. Providence often leads Christians to dark places, personally and corporately, and yet even as we know that these temporal trials will ultimately culminate in death, we know that in the resurrection light triumphs over darkness, life over death. This is why the Psalter has been so central to Reformed worship. The Psalms’ many notes of lament, of longing for future rest, and of present discomfort and disillusion with the status quo reinforce in the minds of the Reformed that our citizenship is not ultimately in this world. It provides realistic horizons of expectation for this world—and for the next. It gives us a vocabulary with which to praise God in the midst of the contradictions of life lived out under the burdens of the Fall. It reminds us that, whatever good things this world has to offer, they can only be of passing value. And when suffering comes, we acknowledge and sorrow over its reality but regard it as nothing compared to the weight of eternal glory that is to follow. Every time we gather for worship in church or around the family Bible, the very songs of David we sing speak of exile—and of hope for the better country we seek.

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Grace to You

When I was a young child, I loved to slurp my soup. I didn't see any harm in it even though my parents constantly objected. Then one evening I ate with someone who slurped his soup. He was having a great time but I didn't enjoy my meal very much. Then I realized that proper table manners are one way of showing consideration for others. It says, "I care about you and don't want to do anything that might disrupt your enjoyment of this meal."

13 The Pastors.com Daily

The Pastors.com Daily, by Pastors.com: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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The Fifth Gospel | Bobby Conway

“Few Christians can rightly say with the apostle Paul, ‘Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ.’ Bobby Conway is just such a Christian, and, as such, his passion for Christ is contagious. Read, no, prayerfully devour

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Coming (Back) to America: My One Fear

When my wife and I announced we would be moving back to the States to plant a church in Southeast DC, we met three reactions. People who loved us over these past eight years and appreciated our ministry expressed their love and sadness that we were leaving Cayman. Those same people and many others then quickly sent us tremendous amounts of encouragement, prayer and practical help. Then there were those who had a question. They asked, “Are you afraid?” or “Do you have any fears?”

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Seminary Wives Institute

At Southern Seminary, we recognize the need for God-called ministers’ wives to be prepared for ministry. We believe that a minister’s wife needs to be educated and equipped as she and her husband prepare for service in the churches and beyond. The time a student wife is in the seminary setting with her husband is the perfect time to undertake this training. She has opportunity to network with other wives who are preparing for the place God has for them. She will benefit from her study with faculty wives who can share from their rich experience. The courses in the Seminary Wives Institute (SWI) are designed to give ministers’ wives biblically based and practically applied teaching. They are taught by our own seminary faculty as well as faculty wives and guest speakers. We are committed to make this institute a vital part of the seminary wife’s experience at Southern Seminary.

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Yep, slavery is still legal: Column

Yep, slavery is still legal: Column The 13th Amendment ban allows one exception, and we see it in our justice system. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/VqxiJW

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Today’s Lesson: Girls Rule, Boys Drool

It’s easy to pass off such phrases as the natural prevue of childhood. After all, who among us didn’t enjoy a good came of “cooties” in second grade? At the same time, I couldn’t help but wonder how I’d feel if the genders had been reversed—If the notebook had read, “Boys Rule. Girls Drool. Any Questions?” In a day when companies are increasingly aware of the power of the messages we send women and girls , why don’t we believe that messages like this one are equally powerful?

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WORLD | Taking on Goliath | Marvin Olasky | Aug. 23, 2014

So what do you do? Snapshot of Jesus and Satan in the desert. Satan knew the truth, but Jesus knew it better. The abortion industry has an ounce of truth in providing services. Women need STI/STD testing and treatment: yes. Underserved women need to be served with cost-effective, reproductive healthcare: yes. There’s the truth, but a portion of it, because I’ll show you the backyard of that preventive care in the front yard. So our job is to do what they do and do it better, with a message of life and Christ.

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Creative destruction: Newspaper ad revenue continued its precipitous free fall in 2013, and it’s probably not over yet

Yes, some newspapers are in real trouble, partly because idiotic organizations like the NAA think that advertising is the only revenue that should be counted. The innovative newspapers have developed multiple revenue streams, and long ago moved beyond “advertisers” to providing services to “business customers.” They design websites, plan and execute email and text-based marketing campaigns, manage events, and many other things. None of these revenues is captured under the “advertising” heading. Is there a silver bullet? No. But, as someone who spent three years researching, training and consulting on new business models for newspapers, I can say that there are paths forward, but most newspaper leadership, true to the Innovator’s Dilemma research, are not able to follow them. We tried hard to show the newspaper industry how to disrupt itself, but it wasn’t interested.

21
Home schooling and child custody

I should note that, if there is specific evidence that home-schooling is against a particular child’s best interests — for instance, the home-schooling is causing huge tensions between that parent and the child, or a child who had done great in school before is now doing poorly on tests while he is being home-schooled and there is reason to think that homeschooling is the cause — likely all courts would consider that as a factor against the homeschooling parent. (Conversely, if a child is thriving while being home-schooled by one parent, and the other parent seeks custody and would stop the home-schooling, that would likely be a factor in favor of the home-schooling parent.) The question here is whether, in the absence of evidence of specific harm or benefit from home-schooling, family court judges can rely on their own general estimation of whether home-schooling is usually better or worse for children than other schooling.

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#AskRC Live Twitter Event: Wednesday at 4pm ET

Answering theological questions from his students has been a continual commitment throughout Dr. R.C. Sproul’s ministry. Originally called “gabfests” by his early students and later, “Ask R.C.,” these sessions continue to take place at our  conferences , on  Renewing Your Mind , and  online .

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Innovative Apologetics: Rene Descartes’ Dreaming Doubt: A Solution - Christian Apologetics

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Actor Kevin Sorbo Not Too Fond of Atheists; Says They're Always 'So Angry'

Actor Kevin Sorbo who starred in the Christian film, "God's Not Dead," says he did not have reservations about taking on an atheist role for the movie but he admits that he does not understand the logic behind atheist's lack of beliefs and why they are "so angry."

25 The Reality of Time | Reasonable Faith

You have played a vital role in my apologetic development, a long with other philosophers. I am puzzled by the fact that a lot of things are taken for granted although examining their legitimacy is the job of philosophy, thus I need to ask you, why do you believe in time in the first place? Isn't just an idea in our mind that helps us locate an event in relation to our experience? I do not get older because of time, but because of my biological development and entropic reality. These are physical constituents of the Universe that entail space and mass in a dynamical interaction. Moreover, the elements that shape events already exist in our universe, to say the time for x has not yet come, is strictly to say that the physical conditions for x to occur is not satisfied yet by the gathered factors. Can you help me identify what I could be missing here, please?

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Millionaire Prophet TB Joshua Sent 4,000 Bottles of Powerful Holy Water and Money to Cure Ebola in Sierra Leone

Prophet TB Joshua, one of Nigeria's most controversial and richest preachers according to Forbes , recently announced that he sent more than 4,000 bottles of his powerful anointing water, which users claim has worked many miracles, to help victims of the deadly Ebola virus in Sierra Leone, Liberia.

27 ReasonableFaith.org – Defend Biblical Christianity, Apologetics, Bible Questions | Reasonable Faith

Q: Dr. Craig, You have played a vital role in my apologetic development, a long with other philosophers. I am puzzled by the fact that a lot of things are taken for granted although examining their legitimacy is the job of philosophy, thus I need to ask you, why do you believe in time in the first place? Isn't just an idea in our mind that helps us locate an event in relation to our experience? I do not get older because of time, but because of my biological development and entropic reality. These are physical constituents of the Universe that entail space and mass in a dynamical interaction. Moreover, the elements that shape events already exist in our universe, to say the time for x has not yet come, is strictly to say that the physical conditions for x to occur is not satisfied yet by the gathered factors. Can you help me identify what I could be missing here, please?

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The Problem with Christian Films

Suddenly we would have a chance to say something vulnerable, honest, and profound. But as long as Christian films are motivated by a desire to trap people into hearing a gospel presentation, or as a consolation for losing the culture war, they should not make the final cut.

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Racial Reconciliation 2.0

We all need a little light at the end of the tunnel, and I’ve found a little in an anti-racism training hosted by three churches in Grand Rapids. Born in East Los Angeles, I lived in radically multiethnic and sophisticated Southern California my entire life before moving to West Michigan in 2009. It’s the rare person that thinks of this area as a hotbed of multiracial anything. And yet this training, hosted by Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation (CORR), gives practical next steps for people who stare into the abyss of historical injustice and are called by God to change the narrative.

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Innovative Apologetics: The Cosmological Argument: Selected Insights and Applications

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John Perkins: The Sin of Racism Made Ferguson Escalate So Quickly

There is a biblical command and a national command that we hold all people equal. The whole idea of the redemption we have from the Bible is the redemption of the Israelites out of their enslavement in Egypt. Judgment fell upon Pharaoh because of this enslavement. Americans take the history of enslavement too lightly because we have benefited from it. And now, we still don’t meet the biblical requirement where God says, “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land” (2 Chron. 7:14). We have not repented deeply enough of the sin of racism.

32 The TC Apologetics Daily

The TC Apologetics Daily, by TC Apologetics: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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Michael Brown Media Coverage Is Biased, Claim Darren Wilson Supporters as $10K Is Raised to Support Cop

A monetary fund set up for Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed unarmed teen Michael Brown earlier this month, reached its $10,000 goal on Monday, and donations are still pouring in.

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Denver 2014

Denver is Redeeming Work's third city and last in 2014. As a former frontier of the Western United States, this "mile-high city" is now a frontier to a new kind of working force. Diverse in industry, how does the city engage with culture through a meaningful work-life-and-faith balance? How can pastors support and help their congregation find value while at work?

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God's Not Dead: No Need for Evolution: God’s Fingerprints are Everywhere

Sir Fred Hoyle dispels unguided evolution by setting forth the following: “The laws of nuclear physics have been deliberately designed with regard to the consequences they produce inside stars. If this is so, apparently random quirks have become part of a deep-laid scheme.” He called creation a “put up job.” The Lord’s fingerprints are imprinted on every part of the universe, from the tiniest atom to the largest galaxy. I enjoy examining the proof of God’s design and engineering. But in actuality, everything is evidence of God having created time, space, and matter. There is nothing in the world that is not evidence for a Creator. The believer is not merely to defend the faith with probabilities. It is impossible for God not to be the Creator. We have a perfect certainty that God hurled and fashioned this universe together for His glory. We must stand on God’s word and say to the world: God lives, and He is not silent.

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Richard Dawkins Claims 'Nice Muslims, Nice Christians' Are Making the World 'Safe for Extremists'

"… The Internet controversies involving Dawkins tend to focus on statements he makes that he probably thinks are innocuous and sensible," wrote Mehta. "It's not that he's trying to be controversial, but the comments often blow up in his face and he doesn't see it coming until it's too late. Then, in an attempt to make things right, he just digs himself a deeper grave."

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Renewing Your Mind | Blessed Are The Merciful | August 18, 2014

The cost of this grace to God is unfathomable. Queen Elizabeth forgave her offender and it cost her nothing. However, the justice of the realm had not been satisfied. God’s grace cannot ignore His justice. The rabbis of the Old Testament wondered how a just God could allow transgressors to go free. That is why Paul’s mind and heart were captured by the cross. He understood that Christ dying for our sins was, indeed, a demonstration of the immensity of God’s love for us (Rom. 5:8). However, he also grasped that the cross manifested the justice of God (3:24–26). When Jesus took our sin upon Himself, the Father did not say, “That is My Son, I cannot exact My justice upon Him.” Dr. James Henley Thornwell, a nineteenth-century Presbyterian theologian, described what happened in words that I read frequently: “None but Jehovah’s fellow could have received the stroke of Jehovah’s justice in His bosom and survived the blow. The penalty of the law was no vulgar ill, to be appeased by a few groans and tears, by agony, sweat, and blood. It was the wrath of the infinite God which, when it falls upon a creature, crushes him under the burden of eternal death.

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7 Helpful Bible Verses for Dealing With Regret

It is very easy to go back into time and relive moments that we aren't proud of. This is one of the biggest ways that Satan tries to get us -- by making us feel regret. Regret can be a very difficult thing to deal with, especially if this moment has changed our lives negatively.

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Bloodlines

“Americans have been turning to organizations, education, famous personalities, and ultimately government in an effort to address the on-going racial strife in our nation. In 2008 many hoped that the election of an African-American president would finally bridge this ongoing racial divide. Today, we are left wondering why racial tensions have not abated. John Piper argues from specific biblical texts that the only solution powerful enough to overcome racial strife and bring about racial reconciliation and harmony is the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is this gospel that announces that, through his blood, Jesus has demolished the dividing wall that separates humanity along racial lines and has brought all ethnicities together as brothers and sisters into one body—the church. Yet Piper does not end there. He carefully shepherds us through the various implications of gospel thinking in relation to race and ethnicity. In this sense, the book you hold in your hands is so much more than a book about race and ethnicity. Bloodlines is a prime example of how we Christians are to do the hard work of renewing our minds by replacing old ways of thinking with gospel ways of thinking.

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Report: Chinese Government May Create Its Own Christian Theology

A senior religious affairs official in China recently revealed in a state-backed newspaper that the government may soon establish a “Chinese Christian theology” that will conform to “China's national condition and integrate with Chinese culture.” Christianity, particularly Protestantism, is growing rapidly throughout the country, and in some cases, has caused tension between the government and churches. The government only allows Christians to worship together in approved churches, though “underground” house churches are pervasive in China. So far no details about what the new “theology”—which will be created by a government that is officially atheist—would look like ...

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Why Retirement is a Dirty Word

I think a lot of this has to do with your definition of retirement. I worked hard and saved our money judiciously so I could “retire” last January and accomplish two things. First I wanted to do some of the things that were not possible while I was working to accomplish my long term goal. I thoroughly enjoyed my days of employment and would not trade them for any other occupation. I was very good at what I did and was well compensated for my efforts. Second, at some point in your professional life it is time to move on and make room for the younger generation so they have a chance to move up and contribute new and exciting ideas. While we are not what I would call wealthy, we have saved and invested enough that we are able to do most anything we want now. I am living the dream right now doing the things I want to do and control much the same as Michael did by leaving the publishing business and branching out on his own. The big difference is my income is coming from a different source. I am no longer dependent on what I do to generate income. This gives me the freedom to do what I want whether I am compensated for it or not.

42
The Majority Of The US Population Almost Never Unplugs From Gadgets

For what it's worth, I would say I never unplug entirely. I always check the internet even when I'm on vacation. I enjoy it. I like seeing what's going on in the world. I don't check email as much, but that's about it. It doesn't stress me out too much, unless I see the wrong email.

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7 Bible Verses That Speak About God's Provision for Us

The Bible is full of inspiring assurances of how God will provide for his followers. God is always fully aware of our needs and the word of God tells us that He wants us to come to Him with all of our worries. Many people seek God for physical needs as well, but forget to seek his provision for spiritual and emotional needs.

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'It's Simple...Our Aim Is to Lift Up the Name of Jesus,' Hillsong Music Ministry Leader Says of Secret to Church's Success

Australian megachurch Hillsong has influenced Christian worship far and wide, with its songs like "Mighty to Save" and "Awesome God" routinely belted out in churches around the world. The Pentecostal church's music ministry has proven so pivotal to modern Christian worship that its United brand is the subject of a new documentary  and, along with Hillsong's other mainstays (UNITED and Young & Free), has racked up this year 10 GMA Dove Award nominations.

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My Friend is Depressed. What Should I Do?

So what I would do is be as empathetic and loving to your friend as possible, and then engage in a conversation about who else could be told about this. Maybe your friend will have an adverse reaction and try to stop you. If that’s the case, you have to just go to a parent, counselor, pastor or really anyone you trust and let them know everything you know. Your friend’s desire for your actions can’t outweigh your desire for their well-being.

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Why You Need to Make God Your First Priority

So, why do many people seek the "things" first? Many people's top priorities seem to be jobs, houses, cars or other material things. To seek means "to crave, pursue, to make sacrifices to get, to go after with all of your strength and all of your heart." It is a mistake to crave and pursue possessions, believing they will give us the lasting peace, joy and contentment that only come from God's presence in our lives.

47
Over 130,000 Mourners Attend Mass for Brazilian Presidential Candidate Who Died in Plane Crash

A portrait of the late Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos is pictured over the coffin containing his remains during his wake outside the Pernambuco's Government Palace in Recife, early August 17, 2014. The Brazilian Socialist Party plans to launch environmentalist Marina Silva as its presidential candidate next week, replacing party leader Eduardo Campos who was killed in a plane crash, a senior party official said on Saturday.

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'The Vow' Couple Re-Dedicates Marriage: 'Thank You Jesus for All Your Love, Faithfulness'

The couple who inspired "The Vow" are still together after surviving an unthinkable ordeal; and last week they spoke in a new segment on Oprah's "Where Are They Now?" about their marriage and in particular how they were rewarded for remaining faithful.

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Westboro to Picket Robin Williams' Funeral for His 'Mockery of God,' Being 'Homosexual Enabler'

Westboro Baptist Church, which is known for picketing funerals and its slogan "God Hates Fags," has announced plans to protest at actor Robin Williams' funeral because he used comedy to "mock God" and was a "homosexual enabler."

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Christian Recording Artist Vicky Beeching Reveals She Is Gay: How Should Christians Respond?

Believers throughout the English-speaking world were shocked and saddened to hear that Vicky Beeching, a greatly loved songwriter and worship leader, has announced that she is gay. How should we respond?

51 The Church Is for the Life of the World
52 Robin Williams Death And Why The World Thinks Christians Are Idiots - Phil Cooke
53 Darwin's Doubt
54 How ‘Blackfish’ Caused SeaWorld to Lose a Third of Its Value
55 Popcultured
56 Father With ALS Joins His Daughter in the Ice Bucket Challenge to Raise Awareness (VIDEO)
57 Autopsy Shows Michael Brown Was Shot 6 Times, Twice in the Head; Missouri Gov. Deploys National Guard
58 The Perfect Robin Williams Tribute to Keep You Inspired (VIDEO)
59 Kurds Partly Retake Mosul Dam From Islamic Militants Following Obama-Ordered Airstrikes
60 Writing & Pronouncing the Divine Name in Second-Temple Jewish Tradition
61 God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: God Alone Supplies the Necessary Truth Conditions
62 How Should We Respond to Vicky Beeching?
63 How Christian Rappers Are Leading the Way in Ferguson
64 Talking Ethno-Racial Identity With Dr Jarvis Williams
65 This Couple's Sign Language Sing-Along Will Put a Smile on Your Face – Guaranteed! (VIDEO)
66 Uh, Charlie Sheen Just Nailed the Ice Bucket Challenge?
67 This Is Either the Best or Worst Commercial of All Time
68 Sharing your Story
69 6 of Robin Williams' Best Performances
70 Faithful Thinkers: Book Review: Programming of Life
71 Who were the Jesus Seminar? Should anyone have taken them seriously?
72 5 Bible Verses That Illustrate the Negative Effects of Greed
73 Former Church Youth Leader Sentenced to 40 Years for Child Sex Abuse
74 WORLD | The police problem | D.C. Innes | Aug. 18, 2014
75 Inside the cell, an ocean of buffeting waves, contrary to conventional understanding
76 WORLD | Woodstock—45 years ago today—vs. the blood of Jesus | Marvin Olasky | Aug. 18, 2014
77 Original Monotheism and the Rebuttal from Missionaries
78 One Savior, Many Paths? - Christian Research Institute
79 Cyberspace and the Assault on Reality - Christian Research Institute
80 Rock Solid - Christian Research Institute
81 The Spirit Is Willing But the Schedule Is Tight
82 Innovative Apologetics: New Apologetics Book 'Defeating Relativism, Subjectivism, and Self-Refuting Statements'
83 WORLD | Ebola outbreaks shows no sign of slowing down | Andrew Branch | Aug. 18, 2014
84 Ask Pastor Matt: "Can a Person Who Commits Suicide Go To Heaven?"
85 The Oak Log: 80 Tweetable Quotes from Evangelism by J. Mack Stiles
86 What Does "Change of the Law" in Hebrews 7:12 Mean? - Stand to Reason Blog
87 WORLD | Don’t go numb | Janie B. Cheaney | Aug. 18, 2014
88 The incomparable glory of fish vomit: Baptism, the Great Commission, & the end of the age
89 Henry Olonga, Cricketer
90 Part 3 – The importance of the body | Can Jesus heal mental illness?
91 The Wisdom Chronicle - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers
92 WORLD | A broken toe | Andrée Seu Peterson | Aug. 18, 2014
93 US, Kurds Battle ISIS Over Control of 'Most Dangerous Dam in the World'