Monthly Archives: November 2016

A Prospect’s Proper Perspective

In sales, the way to gain new clients or customers is to do what they call “prospecting.” The word is derived from the old frontier days when fortune hunters went panning for gold. They dreamed of finding gold and striking … Continue reading

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Thankful Living

It’s one thing to say you are thankful for this or that. But what about living thankfully? You can be thankful for any thing—from the clothes you wear to the food you eat—any circumstance that brings a reward or personal satisfaction—or, … Continue reading

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When Temptation Comes Knocking

The comment has been made that sometimes it’s difficult to know who’s knocking— opportunity or temptation. An opportunity is something we look for, to take advantage of, so as to seize for advancement or success. Temptation, on the other hand, … Continue reading

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Survey Reveals Bible Cynics Are ‘On The Rise’

While most Americans still have a “positive perception” of the Bible, the latest survey reveals that “Bible skeptics are on the rise,” according to the American Bible Society (ABS) and Barna Group. The ABS published a new report, The Bible … Continue reading

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What Is Your Final Destiny?

When he was eighty-eight years, the late Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Homes once found himself on a train. When the conductor came by, Justice Holmes couldn’t find his ticket, and he seemed terribly upset. He searched all of his … Continue reading

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