Jon Gleason on A King Who Knew Not Josep… Ed on A King Who Knew Not Josep… Jon Gleason on Zerubbabel and the Genealogies… Twill on Zerubbabel and the Genealogies… Jon Gleason on Why Is “Jesus Christ… Jon Gleason on The Genealogies of Christ and… Valentina Marie on Why Is “Jesus Christ… Michael Leung on The Genealogies of Christ and… Michael Leung on The Genealogies of Christ and… Kate on The “Abominable Mystery… Jon Gleason on Isaiah’s Amazing Cyrus P… Jon Gleason on A Proverb for Today — Pr…
Tag Archives: honesty
If my supervisor isn’t looking, I can get away with it…. Continue reading
Someone gave this to me years ago, I don’t recall where I saw it first. I’ve never seen the book to which it is attributed, so I hope it is cited accurately. In any event, it is worthwhile, and if … Continue reading
The great leaders have always stage-managed their effects. – Charles de Gaulle Therefore seeing we have this ministry, as we have received mercy, we faint not; But have renounced the hidden things of dishonesty, not walking in craftiness, nor handling … Continue reading
It can take less than a pound to kill a ton of trust.