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Taming The Beast

Continued from When Appetite Takes Over Habbakuk 1:5 “Furthermore, wine betrays the haughty man, so that he does not stay at home.  He enlarges his appetite like Sheol, and he is like death, never satisfied.  He also gathers to himself many nations and collects to himself all peoples.” .....
Continued from When Appetite Takes Over Habbakuk 1:5 “Furthermore, wine betrays the haughty man, so that he does not stay at home.  He enlarges his appetite like Sheol, and he is like death, never satisfied.  He also gathers to himself many nations and collects to himself all peoples.” .....
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It’s Collaboration Time! Fighting Commonism with Uncommen.org

For the month of October, I will be teaming up with Uncommen.org (the website that fights “commonism” in men – speaking to issues of emotional health, spiritual health and physical health from a wife’s perspective.  Be sure to look out for them by visiting Uncommen Article 1: Adam Where Art Thou? Article 2: .....
For the month of October, I will be teaming up with Uncommen.org (the website that fights “commonism” in men – speaking to issues of emotional health, spiritual health and physical health from a wife’s perspective.  Be sure to look out for them by visiting Uncommen Article 1: Adam Where Art Thou? Article 2: .....
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Just A Little Taste

There is a reason that merchandisers give out samples in stores.  It is to create a desire in us for more of whatever it is they are selling.  Of course the size of the samples only stimulate our appetite for more.  The more we sample, the more we develop a craving for the item until we feel that we cannot do without purchasing some. Sin is just like that.  Sin is pleasurable – for a sea.....
There is a reason that merchandisers give out samples in stores.  It is to create a desire in us for more of whatever it is they are selling.  Of course the size of the samples only stimulate our appetite for more.  The more we sample, the more we develop a craving for the item until we feel that we cannot do without purchasing some. Sin is just like that.  Sin is pleasurable – for a sea.....
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