Tag: quotes

Quotes on Wisdom

The Sunday sermon explored what God says about wisdom. The devotional resource has you looking at primary passages in the Old and New Testaments that explore the path to wisdom. Here are some quotes from other sources about the importance of wisdom. You must learn a new way to think before you can master a […]

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Leadership Quotes on Integrity

Here are several more quotes on integrity. I am calling these leadership quotes because they are directed toward those who would lead and, usually, from one who is a leader. The supreme quality for leadership is unquestionably integrity. Without it, no real success is possible, no matter whether it is on a section gang, a […]

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Quotes on Integrity

I hope you are diving into the sermon resources on integrity. That is where you engage the biblical teaching more deeply. There is a lot there that will help you advance into this virtue. You know I love quotes—short, pithy sayings that stimulate my thinking. Here are five quotes on integrity for all of us. […]

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Thoughts on Change

I hope you had a great Memorial Day weekend. I’ve been on some vacation time over the last 2 weeks—mostly recharging, doing some hikes in Colorado (when I was out there doing a leadership retreat for an organization in Colorado Springs), riding bike, reading (always), working out, and eating (of course). Some of my reading […]

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The Day After Memorial Day Musings

A day after Memorial Day (when we were all pretty busy with family events) let’s remember all those who have fought and made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of ideals worth defending, lives worth protecting, and loves worth safeguarding. Here are a few thoughts on the evil that must be resisted in the world. Just […]

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Why I Am Not An Atheist

A Slightly More Philosophical Musing I have a reflection mostly written, but not yet ready, on Why I am a Christian. I’ll finish it one of these days. For several days this week, I am going to provide posts that are more philosophical in nature. I hope they will be helpful. I want to address […]

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Martin Luther King, Jr. (My Tribute)

I have long appreciated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He was the right leader at the right time in our nation. Like one of his inspirations, Abraham Lincoln, he was assassinated. Like Lincoln, that assassination served a deeper, unintended purpose. What Edwin Stanton said of Lincoln, must also be said of King: “Now he belongs to […]

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Your Smart Spots

Warren Buffett calls it your circle of competence. You can’t do everything. In fact, you can’t do most things. And you can only do a few things very well.  What you do very well is a competency. Most of us have at least several competencies. With a lot of focused work and learning, we can […]

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