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This is the third (and last) repost of the three articles I wrote on Joseph two years ago. Original article. (I am still struggling with some health problems, so may not post much in the next week or so.)
Believers are not immune to the huge societal problem of covetousness. Break the cycle. If necessary, abolish presents for a year as a family and use the money to help someone who is really in need. Continue reading
That which was good to enjoy becomes bad, that which was moral becomes immoral. There is more than one kind of gluttony…. Continue reading
What is worse than lacking self-control? Lacking self-control and being unwilling to admit it and take advantage of some of the help available to bring it under control.
When we don’t rule our spirit, it is very difficult, having taken that small step down into sin, to take that big step up out of it. Continue reading