Tag Archives: The Road to Forgiveness: Removing the Roadblocks

It’s Okay to Get Angry?

Have you ever known someone who gets angry over the slightest trifle? Everything makes them blow their cork, and they chalk this off as part of their personality. I’m Irish, and I think anger is considered a family trait among … Continue reading

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Why Is It So Hard to Forgive?

Today, we begin our series on forgiveness with more questions than answers. For the next 40 days, I will be posting on this topic Monday through Friday, with time off over the weekends to recharge my batteries. So, let’s get … Continue reading

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What’s Your Dream?

Many of us often blame someone else for ruining our life’s dream. No matter how difficult life becomes, we are entirely responsible for every choice we have made in response to the challenges. When we quit blaming and complaining, we … Continue reading

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What’s Your Purpose?

I often tell people the most important thing they can figure out is why God sent them here to this planet at this particular time. I am amazed by how many people have no clue about their purpose. Without purpose, … Continue reading

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God Opposes the Proud

My friend just brought me back from┬áthe follow-up visit with my surgeon. It was an interesting encounter. When the surgeon finished the exam, I asked if I could share something with him that might help him with other MS patients … Continue reading

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