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Free to Choose Bad Consequences

Free to Choose

Go back with me to the Garden of Eden. Remember when God told Adam that he was free to choose the fruit from all but one tree of the Garden. Adam was in a perfect environment with only ONE bad choice, but God said that he and Eve were free to choose to eat of […]

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You Can Know If Your Action Pleases God

You Can Know If It Pleases God

You might say, “God doesn’t provide details in His Word about the specific actions in my life, so how can I know if an action pleases God?” Or, a similar question is often asked, “How can I know if something is right or wrong, when God has not spoken about it in His Word?”But he […]

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Desires or Wants Fit Into 3 Categories

Desires or Wants Fit Into 3 Categories

Our desires or wants tend to fit into the wrong category. Actually, Adam and Eve’s sin in the Garden of Eden parallels what happens with our desires or wants far too often. As you know, you are the problem, not Satan. Now, that is not trying to say that Satan isn’t a problem for us, he […]

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Opinion Can Drive Assertive LIES!

Assertive Opinion

The desire to know, when you actually don’t, is a powerful force in all of us. Peter Scholtes provides some research and observation in his book, The Leader’s Handbook, about opinion.  What is so interesting about his research is it was conducted in the business arena, specifically manufacturing where measurable data is available.“…as His divine power […]

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Worry and Fret! They Will Never Change!

Worried

Freedom makes sense, but what if they continue with their bad values and bad behavior? It is hard to not to worry that worse things will happen. Even if you recognize your controlling actions and attitude then stop, it can easily come back when you ask yourself those types of questions or questions like these.But what […]

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People Are Free to Act However They Want

People Are Free to Act However They Want

Hopefully, as you learn about GR8 Relationships, you are learning more about freedom in relationships. Now you have a difficult question to answer. Do you accept that people are free to act however they want? (Of course, there are clear examples and great reasons to limit other’s freedom that will be discussed later. For now, entertain […]

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