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It’s Not Fair! (Friday)

    It isn’t unusual for me to prayerfully whine, “It’s not fair!” (usually when I’m sick, or short on cash, or jealous).     God: You never complain when circumstances fall out to your advantage. There’s no protest when someone … Continue reading

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It’s Not Fair! (Thursday)

  Ponder this from Thomas Watson, Puritan preacher from the mid 1600s:     “God intermixeth mercy with affliction: he steeps his sword of justice in the oil of mercy . . .  In the ark there was a rod … Continue reading

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It’s Not Fair! (Wednesday)

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It’s Not Fair (Tuesday)

  Remember the parable of the workers in the vineyard:     Matthew 20:13,15 But he answered one of them, ‘I am not being unfair to you, friend. Didn’t you agree to work for a denarius? . . . Or … Continue reading

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It’s Not Fair!

  We hear a lot about what’s fair:     It’s only fair that rich people pay more taxes It’s not fair that she gets money for doing nothing He’s so lucky, it’s not fair that he gets all the … Continue reading

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