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word “Christ” meant more than simply its literal meaning, “anointed one.” It had already become a messianic title.

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Steven D. Levitt
“Here is the broader point: whatever problem you're trying to solve, make sure you're not just attacking the noisy part of the problem that happens to capture your attention. Before spending all your time and resources, it's incredibly important to properly define the problem—or, better yet, redefine the problem.”
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Bill Hybels
“A runaway calendar will keep you from simplifying your life. It holds you hostage to tangible things—meetings, appointments, and projects—without giving proper priority to the intangibles: who you are becoming, your relationships with family and friends, your connectedness to God. Without conscious intervention, this pattern of chronically overscheduling ensures that the priorities you care about most will take a backseat to the urgent priorities of others every time.”
Bill Hybels, Simplify: Ten Practices to Unclutter Your Soul

“Scripture teaches that God created all things ex nihilo—“out of nothing.” Therefore all things derive their existence from the Creator, even the dust of the ground that God used to create humanity. Apart from the Creator there is only nothingness, or non-being.5 So when human beings base our identities on anything other than God—a job, being in love, accumulating wealth—it results only in returning to nothing.”
M. Craig Barnes, Body & Soul: Reclaiming the Heidelberg Catechism

“We all lose dreams and cherished people, which could make life a continual experience in despair. But if we lean on the great two-thousand-year-old faith of the church, then life is a continual experience of the salvation of God, to whom we belong. In God’s hands nothing, and no one, is ever lost. Our only comfort. According”
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