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Insight for Today

Written by Chuck Swindoll, these encouraging devotional thoughts are published seven days per week.

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A Touch of Class, Part One

I’m honest; I’ve searched the Scriptures to find statements that support such an extreme emphasis on cutting every economic corner. The only place I find support for that (you’re not going to like this) is in the personal realm, not in the realm of God’s work.

An “Affair,” Part One

It’s now fidelity, not infidelity, that needs defending in our sex-saturated society. People who choose to stay faithful appear somewhere between mid-Victorian and square. They’re about as up to date as a kerosene lamp or a wringer washer.

Stay in Circulation

Not bad theology for a proper, strait-laced Lord Protector of the Isles! In just a few words, Cromwell’s command stated the essence...the kernel...the practical goal of authentic Christianity.

Your Testimony, Part One

Believe me; the steps that led to your conversion and the subsequent ramifications are far more appealing and appropriate to the non-Christian than a pulpit exposition of John 3 or Romans 5. If you have not discovered the value of telling others how God rearranged your life, you’ve missed a vital link in the chain of His blessing.

Bigness

And what does it take? Bigness. Being free of grudges, pettiness, vengeance, and prejudice. Seeing another in need—regardless of differences of opinion—and reaching out in solid Christian maturity. Just because you care.

Offerings, Part Two

If I may take the phrase in Ephesians 5:16, making the most of your time, to include the silent moments during the offering, let me offer some practical suggestions.

Offerings, Part One

I’m not going to talk about what you should do when the plate is passed. Rather, I want to talk about what you might do before and after that time.

Who Cares?

Do you care? Enough “to show hospitality to strangers,” as Hebrews 13:2 puts it? It also says that in doing so, we occasionally “entertain angels without knowing it.”

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