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Wholly Living

Do You Have the Courage to be Happy?

Matthew 5:3-12 – November 10, 1991

It started on a Friday night 17 years ago in Lansing, Michigan when a young sophomore came off the bench to lead Everett High School to victory. He scored 36 points, had 18 rebounds, 16 assists and 10 steals. It was the most remarkable high school performance Fred Stabley had ever seen. As he wrote […]

Do People Feel Important Around You?

John 13:1-17 – November 3, 1991

Strange winds are blowing in America. In Louisiana, the experts say that a man who once led the Ku Klux Klan may be elected governor. Although David Duke has said that he favors the white race over the other races, and although he is basically nothing more than a blow-dried neo-Nazi, he may win. You […]

Are You Excited About Your Future?

John 8:1-11 – October 27, 1991

Are you an optimist or a pessimist? When you look at the glass of water, is it half-full or half-empty? When you face the trials and problems of life, do you face them with hope or with despair? There’s a big difference between an optimist and a pessimist. Some wag put it this way: Between […]

Are You Living By Creative Risk?

Matthew 4:22-32 – October 20, 1991

It was Helen Keller who said, “Life is either a daring adventure, or it is nothing at all.” Those words would ring true no matter who said them, but coming from someone who lived a life like Helen Keller, they merit special consideration. Born blind, deaf and unable to speak, she somehow found a way […]

How Are You Fixed For Friends?

John 3:33-34 – October 13, 1991

The most popular TV show in America is set in a bar in Boston. The name of the TV series is the same as the name of the bar—Cheers. It has been the most popular TV show for the last several years and has been in the top five most-watched shows for seven or eight […]

Have You Stopped Blaming Others For Your Problems?

John 5:1-9 – September 22, 1991

You probably don’t recognize the name Bob Shannon unless you happen to be a student of Illinois high school football, in which case you know exactly who he is. Bob Shannon is the head football coach at East Saint Louis High School. I happened to be watching the game between Illinois and Houston yesterday when […]

Is It Becoming Easier to Say “I Was Wrong?”

Luke 15:21 – September 15, 1991

The eyes of the nation focused on Milwaukee for one brief moment this week. Inside a hushed courtroom Jeffrey Dahmer entered a formal plea to the charges against him. First the reading of the charges. Then the question: “How do you plead?” His lawyer answered for him. “Not guilty by reason of insanity.” When the […]

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