Category: Conundrums

The Will of God – Revisited

 wgmeisheid  April 28, 2024  0 Comments on The Will of God – Revisited

When we think of the will of God we are often concerned for not just this moment, this specific decision, but how this choice will affect everything down the road, trying to discern the ramifications of what we are about…

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Responsibility of Discipline

 wgmeisheid  April 28, 2023  0 Comments on Responsibility of Discipline

“We need to understand the difference between discipline and punishment. Punishment is what you do to someone; discipline is what you do for someone.” ~Zig Ziglar This is a very important distinction, especially in our modern world. The prevailing ethic…

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Who Are You Really?

 wgmeisheid  July 2, 2021  2 Comments on Who Are You Really?

Liberty – If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear. Truth – In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act.  George Orwell said…

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Lent 07: Day 17 – Truth

 William  March 12, 2007  0 Comments on Lent 07: Day 17 – Truth

Can there be freedom without truth? Can there be hope in the land when truth is sacrificed for a lie, for expedient gain, for political advantage? When truth is reduced to mere opinion, so that everyone has their own truth,…

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Conundrum #1 Life Choice

 William  August 19, 2004

Which is worse? Not being able to function by forgoing an addiction, or functioning perfectly but by doing so you shorten your life span?

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