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Is There a Common Theme in All Religions?

Here is a Spiritual Conundrum submitted to Spiritual Insights for Everyday Life by a reader named Mike: I believe in God. But I don’t really know why. How can this be reconciled? I was saved as a Christian but I

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Posted in All About God, Spiritual Growth

Serving the Neighbor: Simple yet Profound

Here at Spiritual Insights for Everyday Life we are constantly preaching about serving the neighbor. But what does that mean? It means many things. But it also means serving someone when you least expect it. Here’s an example that recently

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Posted in Current Events, Spiritual Growth

Think No Evil, Speak No Evil: The Way of the Angels

Leviticus 19:17–18 says: You shall not hate in your heart anyone of your kin; you shall reprove your neighbor, or you will incur guilt yourself. You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against any of your people, but

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Posted in Spiritual Growth

How do I Love God with my Whole Heart?

The title of this post is a spiritual conundrum submitted by a reader named Sheena. It’s a great question! It is also a question with many answers. And according to Jesus Christ, it is the most important commandment in the entire

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Posted in All About God, Spiritual Growth

The Cain and Abel Story: Does God Play Favorites?

A reader named Sue posed this spiritual conundrum: The Cain and Abel story in the Bible is the first example of murder. I don’t condone murder, but I’ve often found myself feeling sorry for Cain and upset with God over

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Posted in The Bible Re-Viewed

Creation vs. Evolution: Can We All Just Calm Down, Please?

This just viral: a fourth grade science quiz. Normally, grade school science quizzes are not that interesting. But when the correct answer to the true/false question “The earth is billions of years old” is “false,” that gets people’s attention. As

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Posted in Current Events, Science Philosophy and History

Invest in Kindness: Reap a 5,000% Return!

One fine day a couple of months ago (as I write this), Billy Ray Harris, a homeless man in Kansas City, Missouri, was sitting in his usual spot panhandling passersby for small change. It seemed like a fairly usual day

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Posted in Current Events, Money and Business

Heaven, Regeneration, and the Meaning of Life on Earth

We’ve posted many articles recently about what happens to us when we die. However, to fully comprehend what death entails we need to understand the meaning of life. Why are we here on this earth, anyway? Why do we go

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Posted in Popular Culture, Spiritual Growth, The Bible Re-Viewed

Self-Esteem is Made to be Broken

Megan Thode believes that Lehigh University owes her a B. When instead she received a C+ in a class critical to her intended career as a professional counselor, she challenged the grade through the usual university channels. She even called

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Posted in Current Events, Spiritual Growth

You Cannot Serve both God and Money

Here is a comment that jesusandthebible made on my article, “Is Wealth a Blessing or a Curse?” So you can love God and mammon, as long as your heart and character are right? But if your heart loves mammon–as well

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Posted in Money and Business, The Bible Re-Viewed
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