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March 31, 2017 March 31 – The Heavenly Conductor Years ago, a reporter asked a performer of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra this question: “How does it feel to get a standing ovation from the crowd at the end of your performance and then wake up in the morning to 0
March 30, 2017 March 30 – Applause Party, Part 2 People are often driven by the attention, accolades, and applause of their peers and colleagues.  Many work feverishly, and perhaps their entire lives, to reach a recognized platform.  Fifteen minutes come and go and the onlookers who adamantly cheered you 0
March 29, 2017 March 29 – Applause Party, Part 1 It’s a sound that echoes throughout the self-made kingdoms of pride and conceit.  Its tone and timbre drives men to lofty pursuits and radical achievements.  It can be obnoxious or euphoric depending on its direction.  If aimed toward others it 0
March 28, 2017 March 28 – Great Sinners, Great Savior John Newton lived a wicked life until he met Christ as Savior. After his salvation he spent the rest of his days promoting and living by the grace of God.  Those famous words in the iconic hymn reveal the attitude 0
March 27, 2017 March 27 – Don’t be Afraid of Freedom There was a man possessed with demons during the days of Christ who lived among the dead in Gadara.  After encountering the Son of God, the legion of demons left the man by the power and authority of Christ. The 0
March 26, 2017 March 26 – Give Me More of Jesus There is a four-letter word that destroys, hinders, and greatly restricts our lives.  It is the word “more.”  The culture at large has bought into the notion that we need more; and so we work fervently to have more.  Technology 0
March 25, 2017 March 25 – Leave Nothing Undone Thomas Edison held thousands of patents during the course of his life.  His innovative and genius spirit gave his generation a host of life-changing, time-saving inventions.  Edison, however, felt as though the only invention that was truly his original idea 0
March 24, 2017 March 24 – Chosen by the Captain As a child, my brother and I would play outside from early morning to late evening.  During the summer months especially we would play for hours with kids in the neighborhood.  Whether it was kickball, Hide-and-Go-Seek, or a pickup-game of 0
March 23, 2017 March 23 – Compassion for the World The Church of Jesus Christ must balance conviction and compassion.  We are instructed to speak the truth, yet we are to do it in love.  To be honest, it can be difficult finding the right kind of balance these days 0
March 22, 2017 March 22 – Playing Catch-Up The story is told of a nineteenth century explorer who hired a group of African villagers to search a portion of Africa that was unmapped. During the first few days of their journey they traveled at an accelerated rate of 0