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Around the Web (4/25)

  • Gary Henry offers an important shift in common perspective: “We sometimes excuse our mistakes by saying that we’re ‘only’ human, as if human beings were such limited creatures that nothing more than mistakes could be expected of them. The truth, however, is just the opposite. If we have anything to apologize for, it’s for being LESS than human!”
  • Perhaps Solomon was thinking of these Gihon fortifications when he wrote Proverbs 4:23.
  • Justin Taylor offers a simple chart that encapsulates one Jesus, four pictures.
  • Looking to wreck a marriage? Dave Willis points out eight ways too many people go about that destructive work.
  • “Guess what? There’s no legal requirement that signs have to make you sound like a harsh jerk in order to carry weight or to inform the public.” All sorts of lessons to be drawn out of this short reminder from Seth Godin.


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