A Moment with God on Route 66
 
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Guidance

A man saw a friend of his and asked how he was doing.

Wisdom for Life

I truly appreciate the Bible’s pearls of wisdom relating to everyday life.

Discomfort

In two-thousand-six, Dean Karnazes ran fifty marathons in all fifty states on fifty consecutive days and...

Risk

The late Arthur Watson was an executive with IBM and later U.S. ambassador to France.

Communication

There is an ancient Chinese proverb that says, “Married couples who love each other tell each other a...

Common Sense

Thomas Fuller was a seventeenth-century English churchman who is given credit for a small piece of common...

Power

Though he finally agreed to serve, Thomas Jefferson was wary of becoming president of the United States.

Worry

Our thirty-third president, Harry S. Truman, faced some enormous challenges.

Guidance

One of the most daring Christian missionaries in the nineteenth century was Britain’s David Livingstone.

Patience

It has been said that there was a time when a man would spend a week waiting patiently if he missed a...

Progress

Everyone knows of the contributions of Thomas Edison—his many inventions were groundbreaking in their day...

Promises

Here are a couple of proverbs about promises.

Retirement

The late British scientist Alex Comfort once said that “two weeks is about the ideal length of time to...

Skills

Two or more centuries ago, England’s navy ruled the seas; her mariners were the best in the world.

Valuables

I’ve heard it said that too many people miss the silver linings in life because they’re always looking for...

Character

Aristotle was a great thinker and offered this formula for becoming known as a person of character.

Counsel

We hear the words “fool” and “foolish” often enough that it’s easy to lose sight of their true meaning.

Freedom

One of the most misunderstood words in use today—especially among young people—is the word freedom.

Happiness

How would you describe the state of happiness—the state of being truly content?

Revenge

The Spanish have a wise saying about seeking revenge: “No revenge is more honorable than the revenge not...

Sin

You’ve heard the expression, “An inch is as good as a mile.”

Rest

Sometimes a family pet may stop eating and spend an unusual amount of time sleeping or resting.

Words

The great jazz trumpeter, Miles Davis, was known as a minimalist.

Truths

The novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald once said that the true sign of first-rate intelligence is the ability to...

Lies

When someone is told a lie, that person is hurt unnecessarily.

Contentment

We hear a lot about moderation these days—the advantage of living somewhere in the middle when it comes to...

Generosity

The phrase “a baker’s dozen”—meaning thirteen instead of the usual twelve per dozen—supposedly originated...

Brevity

Blaise Pascal, the brilliant French mathematician, once wrote a letter in which he said, “I have made this...

Boasting

There may be more, but I know of at least two things that no honest person could ever boast about: modesty...

Flattery

A Jewish proverb contains wisdom cloaked in humor.

Money

Lord Mancroft was a well-to-do baron in England in the early twentieth century.