Steven Cuffle's Blog

Thankfulness – Training for Godliness

Thankfulness is a choice. Every moment of every day we choose our reaction to people and events that surround us. We can choose to be thankful for the wide variety of personalities and experiences God brings into our lives, or we can choose a path of negativity and...

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Training for Godliness: Humility

We recently talked about training for godliness. It takes thousands of hours practicing to be great at anything, including godliness. If we want to grow in our faith, then we need to put in the work. Today, let’s focus today on training ourselves in humility Humility...

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Training for Godliness

Any world-class athlete or musician has spent thousands of hours training. It takes incredible discipline to become the best at something. The Bible alludes several times to athletic competition because of the similarities in discipline needed for success as an...

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God’s Gracious “No”

Can you imagine what it would be like to get everything you wanted? I can’t think of a single place in the entire space-time continuum where that would be a good thing. We forget that we aren’t as smart as we think we are. We have a limited perspective, a limited...

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Unseen Blessings

It’s raining today where I live. Sometimes I forget to thank God for the rain. Days like today remind me when Jesus said, “[God] makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust” (Matthew 5.45). Whether we honor God or not,...

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Angry Without Sin

Do you ever feel like a failure for getting angry? Do you feel like you should always be totally in control of yourself, only having happy, bubbly emotions? We often feel like a failure when we get angry; we feel like we’ve let God down in some way. However, God made...

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Grace Too Good To Be True

Have you ever heard something and thought it was too good to be true? Immediately, we doubt what we hear and begin to look for ways it's wrong, because it's simply too good to be true. In Ephesians 2:8-9, the apostle Paul writes, "For by grace you have been saved...

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God Loves You Today

Sometimes we think God is in love with a future version of ourselves. One day, when we’re good enough, God will finally love us. However, God never says this or anything like it. God loves you today, and He will give you everything you need to get there. We Don't Earn...

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