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This is from the book Ordering your Private World by Gordon MacDonald. There are Driven people and there are called people in his terminology. We have seen in a previous post what a driven person is like and how to recognize them in the comment section. Don’t miss Called or Driven! Unmanaged time flows toward...
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David will kill me for publishing this letter but it has been one of my most prized possessions since the day I got it. I think it is fitting to let him see what he wrote 6 years later. He was 18 then. I know that God is going to use you son. I love...
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Genesis 33:14 In leadership and discipleship training the shepherd teaches us many principles that we must practice. First you must know the condition of your flock. Jacob knew that they were tender, had their young with them. He knew where they lived. He knew how their lives were. How can you truly train a man...
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Once upon a time there was a Little Red Hen who owned a wheat field. “Who will help me harvest the wheat?” she asked. “Not I. ” said the pig. – “I don’t know how.” “Not I,” said the cow. “I’m too Clumsy.” “Not I,” said the dog. “I’m busy with some other things.” So...
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I thank Philip Bassham for sending me this. Horatius Bonar, writing the preface to John Gillies’ Accounts of Revival, proposes that men useful to the Holy Spirit for revival have been marked in these nine ways: 1. They were in earnest about the great work on which they had entered: “They lived and labored and...
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