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    15 Tips to Avoid Overeating This Christmas

    This holiday season could be the one where you defy the odds and put no pounds on at all or (gasp) even lose a few. And don’t worry — it’s not about denying yourself. In fact, the tips below are all about satisfying your hunger and enjoying the season to its fullest, without adding inches to your waistline.

    Christmas and holiday season,

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    The value of the “Christmas spirit”

    This is when self-demand takes place, from the inside out, regarding to whom and what presents to give. There is a contradictory spirit that seems to control the majority of the population at this time.
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    15 Symptoms of a co-dependent person

    Many people use the word “abuse” to mean rape, yet the true meaning covers a variety of areas of life. Emotional abuse is usually through verbal attacks, but is far more than just criticism or humiliation. In fact, there is no such thing as physical, sexual, or financial abuse without emotional abuse too. They are all closely linked.

    Sexual abuse,

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    Responding to the critics of sacrifice

    One of the biggest criticisms of our church is its teaching about sacrifice – particularly at the time of the Israel Challenge which occurs twice a year. These are the most common phrases I hear...
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    The Beauty of Rebuke

    No one likes to be rebuked, even when they deserve it. In that moment, it feels like we are being beaten up emotionally; our heart feels tight, our face turns red, we don’t know where to look, and if we look down to the ground our humiliation seems even more visible.

    God, Jesus,

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    The Excuses of Moses

    The path to success in any area of life is: set a goal, fight with all your strength and do not look at the difficulties. This requires sacrifice. Many, however, settle and end up conforming to a situation even though their lives are full of defeats and failures.
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