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August 15, 2010


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So true. It's easy to look at someone not as well off and wonder, "What did they do to be in that position?" And although there are plenty of people that put themselves in a bad position because of their decisions, that isn't necessarily the case for everyone.

My church has been going through James this summer. Very good, convicting stuff.

I love the book of James.

I think society in general favors the "rich" or at least those we consider celebrities. Think about how many shows and magazines that are dedicated solely to movies stars and musicians.

I'd be willing to bet that if I was waiting for a table at a restaurant and a celebrity walked in, I'd have to wait until the celebrity had their

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