Monthly Archives: August 2020

This man’s songs rang a bell in many people’s heart

This man and I have shared lots of kind, warm, supportive, heart-connecting laughter. He was a great delight to be around. I found out a few days ago that Curtis Littlepage has left this world. Curtis encouraged multitudes as a … Continue reading

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End heart-stemic racism

Racism is heart-stemic. It stems from the heart and can make any system corrupt. Love God; love people. When the people in any system have the guts to obey “the two greatest commandments,” systemic racism will disappear. Let’s end heart-stemic … Continue reading

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Bring back the Jesus Freaks: America needs more than political Christians

Over 50 years, somehow America went from Jesus Freaks to political Christians. Jesus Freaks made Christianity spontaneously contagious. People took off their masks and caught it from them. They didn’t hope in politics, a bag of tricks, or a religious … Continue reading

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How you see is as important as what you see (myth-perception & bias)

Bias often prevents eye-opening by us. It’s easier to see what we want to see than what’s really there. Let’s not let deception stand up bias by us. It’s almost impossible to change your attitude, until you change your perspective. … Continue reading

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Avoid being an angry “allegator”

Someone who continually makes false allegations is an angry allegator, trying to destroy whoever gets in his way. Listening to unproven accusations can cause you to hurt, attack, or reject people who are innocent of the claims against them. If … Continue reading

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Worship — the result of experiencing the living God

Facing the emptiness and desperation of life, often leads people to discover the reality of the awesome love and presence of God. True worship comes from experiencing the reality of God. To worship is to pour your heart out in … Continue reading

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Seeing skin color like we see eye color (a blue-eyed guy’s thoughts)

I grew up with blue-eyed people. There’s no eye-colorism, but history sure made a racist, big deal about skin color (and we’re not over it yet). Who’d have thought that 50 shades of brown skin (dark brown to very light … Continue reading

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Kindness grows respect

Love is about treating people with kindness and respect, regardless of how you feel about them. “Love your enemies.” I want to be an extremist at kindness — kind to one and all (even to the people who make it … Continue reading

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Impoliteness — what’s it good for? Nonviolence matters.

Impoliteness — what’s it good for? Nonviolence matters. If you won’t “love your enemies,” you’ll probably provoke them into greater and greater hostility. However, if you feel justified in the use or threat of violence, you may silence your conscience … Continue reading

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You many need to hold a forgivathon

Love without forgiveness, isn’t. One of life’s most important decisions is the choice between hate or forgiveness. Hold your own forgivathon. Think of everyone who’s done you wrong and forgive them one-by-one, by asking God to bless each one. It’s … Continue reading

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