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A Proverb for Today — Proverbs 30:33

“Surely the churning of milk bringeth forth butter, and the wringing of the nose bringeth forth blood: so the forcing of wrath bringeth forth strife” (Proverbs 30:33). Some of the visual imagery of Proverbs is a lot of fun.  What … Continue reading

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Provoking Children to Wrath

See that little angel? He is constitutionally a tyrannical dictator. He is the most important person in his world. Continue reading

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Applying Horse Sense

How would you cure a child who is afraid of violence, and wants nothing to do with it? Apply horse sense. Continue reading

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“Fret Not Thyself” in Psalm 37:1-13

Over all, it is worthy of notice that the foundational way to combat this wrong “fretting” over the wicked is to set our trust in the Lord (obediently, delightedly, confidently, patiently, and faithfully). Continue reading

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A Proverb for Today — Proverbs 24:19-20

Don’t stir yourself into a raging fire over a feeble candle, melting away and soon to go out. Continue reading

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Before the Sun Sets

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An amazing thing happened in Glenrothes — we had beautiful weather.  Yesterday evening, we decided to go for a walk in the countryside (for those who know the area, we walked from Craigmead to John Knox’s Pulpit near West Lomond, about … Continue reading

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