by Larry Poston “Do not be overrighteous, neither be overwise—why destroy yourself? Do not be overwicked, and do not be a fool—why die before your time? It is good to grasp the one and not let go of the other.The man who fears God will avoid all extremes.” (Ecc. 7:16-18) Whenever I quote the above . . . read more
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Three things to be on the lookout for in assessing your kingdom vision.
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