Month: May 2013

The Blame Game

A singer named Joe South sang a song titled “The Games People Play.” “The Blame Game” is one such game. Here’s how it works: If I can divert attention to someone else and away from my own responsibility or excuse myself for my own sinful or carnal actions or reactions, I can hold off the

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The Problem with Sin

“Human beings, all over the earth, have this curious idea that they ought to behave in a certain way, and can’t really get rid of it.” C.S. Lewis I always tell Bible students and others I try to help that things in the Bible often come in three’s: Proverbs 22:19-21: “Have I not written to

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A Little Dab Won’t Do Ya

Some of you will remember the jingle, “A little Dab’ll do ya.” Others will need to thumb through your yellowed, dog-eared history notes or check the Internet for this advertising commercial jingle that originated from the manufacturer of a men’s hair product called Brylcreem. The alternative to Brylcreem was “greasy kid’s stuff,” illustrated best by

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