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Written by Chuck Swindoll, these encouraging devotional thoughts are published seven days per week.

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A Round Tuit, Part Two

Take a 30-minute look at your life this week. Go before God and give Him your list of objectives, asking Him for His green light...then with your desire in gear, tighten your belt and get on with it.

A Round Tuit, Part One

I strongly suggest that you stop right now, print it, cut it out, and save it. It is your own special “tuit.” Because they are rare, you should lock yours up in a safe place. “Tuits” are not easy to obtain—especially the round ones.


We find ourselves making the extreme the standard. Periods are fast being replaced by exclamation points, “Nice” is no longer sufficient. Now it’s got to be “fantastic” or “incredible.”

Say It Well

It wasn’t very long before they realized this guy hadn’t just fallen off some turnip truck. When it came to communicating, Paul had his stuff together. He was a class act.

Compassion, Part Two

What happened to compassion among conservative Christians? When did we stop thinking of how valuable it is to be healing agents, wound wrappers like the good Samaritan?

Compassion, Part One

Isn’t it a fact that the more conservative one becomes, the less compassionate? I know there are some exceptions, but we’re talking about the general rule, not a few exceptions, OK?

The Church, Part One

Really, now...haven’t you wondered at times if the church is that significant in a day of high-level decisions and powerful international issues? I sure have. How could a congregation of folks carry much clout in our modern era of transcontinental missiles, mind-boggling scientific discoveries, space exploration, and impressive educational advancements?


Want to know how to keep it simple, fresh as a spring morning? Tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

The Fine Art of Blowing It

Let’s face it, success is overrated. All of us crave it despite daily proof that man’s real genius lies in quite the opposite direction. It’s really incompetence that we’re all pros at.