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Tag Archives: compassion

God as a Father

It was shocking news. A three-year-old Chinese girl, nick-named “Pumpkin,” was abandoned by her father at Southern Cross railway station in Melbourne, Australia September 2008. …

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A Spoonful of Kindness

Snowflakes drifted onto the windshield as the temperature dipped along with the sun. I drug my weak body into the seat, using every ounce of …

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What I Deserve

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“If God gave me everything I deserve, I’d have nothing left but bruises.” Two words in this quote make me really uncomfortable. “Deserve” and “Bruises.” …

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The Price of Compassion

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Have you ever thought about what has protected humanity from being destroyed? Maybe your first thought is love. But it is through compassionate acts that people …

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Cups of Compassion

It was a freezing fall morning when I found myself waking up earlier than usual. Yet today it wasn’t to study; it was to have …

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Live to Love

One day Jesus said to his disciples, “While I am here in the world, I am the light of the world” (John 9:5, NLT). Then …

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A Museum Visit

A few years ago I lived in Atlanta, Georgia, for a couple of years. I had an amazing experience and formed so many excellent friendships. …

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A Worthy Investment

Puppy licks, snuggles, and soft, furry paws make me incredibly happy. I absolutely love dogs, having owned more than my fair share of them. Golden …

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Love Them Anyway

Sometimes people are exasperating, selfish, disrespectful, and cruel. The other day Linda was in a store and had started picking up an arrangement of flowers, …

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Owning Your Talk

Have you ever wondered why people will not hear what you have to say? Especially the difficult or deeply meaningful stuff about God and the …

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