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Remarkable Love

There’s a longing in each of us to belong—to find people who will accept us for who we are, not for who we pretend to be. It can be pretty tiring to feel like we have to veil or adapt who we are in order to please others. That’s a big part of why Jesus commanded His disciples three times to love one another. His revolutionary plan was...

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When Mormons Come Knocking

I work for a missionary organization, and sharing the gospel is literally in my job description. But it’s hard! I am not shy about my faith, but it can be difficult to know the time or place or means to share it. Since I was hired, I have prayed for God to give me opportunities to evangelize outside of the office and, boy, has He shown up. One...

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How to Access God's Power

Watch more of Treasure: Jesus is Worth Everything. The lesson below is part of the Knowing Jesus Personally series. You are now beginning to live the Christian life, which isn't a standard of performance or a code of ethics, but a vital personal relationship with a loving God. Just as our relationship with God is totally dependent on what...

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Plastic Jesus

Imagine a person receiving a check for $1,000,000 and then placing the huge cardboard check on the mantle above their fireplace just to look at. Day by day they continue to miss out on so much because they never actually take it to the bank and deposit it. That's how some of us approach faith in God. When we hold back from giving our lives to...

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Transform me by Your Spirit

Does life sometimes seem dull and grey, ebbing away in busy activity? Your faith is still intact, yet does your life lack that dynamic sense of energy and purposefulness that is the birthright of God’s children? Some days I feel it too. The Holy Spirit in our lives offers us the power to be able to live above the frenzy with purpose, enthusiasm...

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Empathy Matters

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Evwgu369Jw?rel=0] Video provided by The RSA Empathy fuels connection, sympathy drives disconnection. For many people, the first reaction when we hear that someone is going through a tough time is to cheer them up or start by using those dreaded words: at least. We're trying to make it better, but that...

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Use Social Media for Good

There are people in your life right now, today, who don’t know God and they really need to meet Him. What better way to share hope on the anniversary or 9/11 than by telling others the good news of Jesus? Sharing this video on Facebook and other social media feeds can be a great way to start a conversation about what it means to follow Jesus....

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The Void

I prefer to live in constant distraction. I do whatever I can to occupy my mind. I make my life busy. I keep my life noisy.  I try to avoid the moments when everything is still. I chase after awards and accolades hoping they’ll ignite a passion in me. I see other people living, but I feel like I’m just existing. Sound familiar? We were created...

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