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  • by Mary Jackson
It's obvious that the way someone treats another person dictates the relationship between them. So in our relationships with others, and with God, do we act in a way that engenders closeness and trust? Or distance and mistrust?
  • by Robert H Berendt
Think about the events in your life where betrayal was evident and the resulting damage that occurred.
  • by Brent Martin
Those who are familiar with sheep, however, can tell you there are two basic sheep personalities: those which understand the protection of their shepherd and will follow him anywhere, and those that are rebellious, wild and just plain dumb.
  • by Angie Wilson
I was helping a young rider tighten her horse's girth at a 4-H horse camp when a small voice behind me asked, "Will you walk alongside my horse? He's jumpy today."
  • by Robert H Berendt
Betrayal is never easy to come to terms with, especially when it comes from those we trust and love. Are we at risk of betraying anyone?
  • by United Church of God
Trusting others is challenging but full of rewards. Do we work on this in our daily lives?
  • by Debbie Pennington
I don't know about you, but when God says He hates something, I pay attention. And when He repeats Himself, I pay even more attention.
  • by United Church of God
Our minds often retain hurts much longer than we thought they would.
  • by Daniel Macaraeg
When a man does the honest thing under extreme circumstances, it stands out- why?
  • by Sean Yarbrough
When the going gets tough, who do you count on and put your whole trust in?
  • by Cecil Maranville
A woman once quipped: “Never trust a husband too far or a bachelor too near.” Being trustworthy isn’t a quality much on the minds of the average person, but it is a crucial element in the marriage relationship.
  • by Louise Kleinbergs
Working with children whose lives have been devastated by war today provides some clues about how we can prepare to help people heal when peace finally does come.