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Tuesday Thoughts by Princeton Meadow Church, Princeton, NJ

Can You Admit That You Made a Mistake?

George Bernard Shaw once said, “A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” Some of us live our lives in the fear of making a mistake. Life becomes a routine of bland, cautious decisions. Others throw caution to the wind and look back on life as a series of mistakes punctuated by some successes.

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Tuesday Thoughts by Princeton Meadow Church, Princeton, NJ

Don’t Assume That Tomorrow Will Come

The routines of a day or week are like an anesthesia that leaves us numb to the possibilities of today and assuming the dull routine of tomorrow. The assumptions of the Bible are quite different. We are to assume that today God has placed many open doors before you because today is a gift. Do not worry about or assume anything about tomorrow.

Tuesday Thoughts by Princeton Meadow Church, Princeton, NJ

What Causes Arguments?

The Scottish philosopher Thomas Carlyle wrote, A man lives by believing something: not by debating and arguing about many things. Yet we live in a world where few people seem to believe in anything and arguing is the norm. Passengers argue on airplanes with stewards causing planes to make emergency landings. Parents argue with school referees ending with a brawl on the gym floor. Why so much arguing? James tells us to look more closely at ourselves.

Tuesday Thoughts by Princeton Meadow Church, Princeton, NJ

There is Danger in Wanting to Get Even

Has anyone hurt you? Has anyone disappointed you? Has anyone spread gossip about you? The answer to all of these questions is “Yes!” What is the natural human response? To fight fire with fire… To get even… “No one will treat me like that!” Is there another way?