A Veil over Your Face?

If you'll recall, Moses put a veil over his face, first to hide his glory, then to hide the fact that it was fading away. That, too, was a picture of a deeper reality. We all do that. We all have veiled our glory, or someone has veiled it for us. Usually some combination of both. But the time has come to set all veils aside:
 

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We Need to Know Who We Are

I am here to tell you that you can get your heart back.

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She’ll Make You Want to Charge the Castle

There is nothing so inspiring to a man as a beautiful woman. She’ll make you want to charge the castle, slay the giant, leap across the parapets. Or maybe, hit a home run.

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Most of Us Have Been Misinterpreting Life

Most of us have been misinterpreting life and what God is doing for a long time.

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A Temple of the Holy Spirit

Each person knows that now his body is the temple of God: "Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God?" (1 Cor. 6:19).

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The Miseries of a Dethroned Monarch

During a long layover at O'Hare, I studied the man who sells popcorn from a little stand in one of the terminal hallways. He sat silently on a stool as thousands of people rushed by.

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A Truer View of Holiness

In order to understand what compels Jesus, you must keep in mind the distinction between the laws of God and the laws of men, and furthermore, that magnificent difference between the spirit of the

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All Men Die; Few Men Ever Really LIVE

The most dangerous man on earth is the man who has reckoned with his own death. All men die; few men ever really live. Sure, you can create a safe life for yourself . . . and end your days in a rest home babbling on about some forgotten misfortune. I'd rather go down swinging. Besides, the less we are trying to "save ourselves," the more effective a warrior we will be. Listen to G. K. Chesterton on courage:
 

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Killing Lions: The Friendships of Men

"Without a friend you cannot live" said Thomas à Kempis. Episode 10 of the Killing Lions video shorts goes behind the scenes into how deep friendships are formed and fought for.

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Killing Lions: Searching for Validation

The need to feel strong, to have what it takes, and to find validation is deep in all of us. True validation comes through attempting tough challenges and through the words spoken over our lives.

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