Are You Without Wax?
Theme of the Week: Get Real: The Key to Genuine Friendship
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
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Key Bible Verse: The Lord detests lying lips, but he delights in those who tell the truth. (Proverbs 12:22)
Dig Deeper: Psalm 26
According to folk etymology, the Latin words from which we get the English word sincere are sine cera, meaning "without wax." Apparently, this term comes from an age-old practice common in the production of fine porcelain. Porcelain pieces can crack during the production process, ...
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Prayer for the Week
Heavenly Father, impress upon me the need to have genuine friendships with a few trustworthy Christian guys. Show me how to relate to them man-to-man in ways that foster honesty, build community, and promote personal growth.
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