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Here We Go Again…Modesty

by Bryant Evans on April 11, 2012

My good friend Jeremy Pate has a fine post on modesty. It’s rich with sarcasm but maybe that’s the best way to get the message out. Please take a moment to read I have nothing to say about modesty at his blog. Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, please like us at […]

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No Man Is An Island

by Bryant Evans on March 25, 2012

John Donne, English poet, wrote that “No man is an island entire of itself.” The point being that we all are a part of one another and our actions impact others. How true! The things I do affects others today and well into the future. I am not isolated. I am not alone. What likely […]

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5 Tips to Improve Decision Making

by Bryant Evans on February 16, 2012

Your place in life is the result of your decisions. There is no greater determinate of your life path than your own decisions. Even horrible external events cannot displace your choices as the greatest factors in your own success. A choice made 20 years ago often continues to impact your life today. It is ironic […]

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On Modesty

by Bryant Evans on April 3, 2011

Summer is just around the corner. Warm days, beautiful skies and blooming flowers all point toward the changing of the seasons. It’s a marvelous time of year. I  know few people who don’t yearn for the coming of summer. But with the turning of the calendar pages comes a decrease in clothing. It’s wise to […]

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The Borrower is the Slave of the Lender

by Bryant Evans on March 29, 2011

We wrote yesterday about the need to make good choices. I thought to complement  that article today by delving a little deeper into the financial choices we make, many of which aren’t very good. The wisdom of Solomon is clear: The rich rules over the poor, and the borrower is the slave of the lender. […]

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