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Dear Friend,

Have you ever paused to think about why you believe what you believe? What is the authority that you base your personal beliefs, your choices, and your values upon? What voices have caused you to hold the beliefs that you hold today?

Letters to a Friend

Dear Friend,

I’m sorry about this, but I need to tell you something that you don’t want to hear, or consider, or talk about. Can I get very real with you for the next few minutes?

Letters to a Friend

Dear Friend,

Are you a good person?

I would imagine your answer to this question would be something along the lines of, “Well, I’m not perfect, but I guess I am basically a good person. I’m certainly not that bad of a person – there are lots of people worse than me. I do what I can.” I think most people have a tendency to want to believe that they are basically good, even those that most of us would judge to be “bad” people.

Letters to a Friend

Dear friend,

Think back over the past year. I bet God has revealed Himself to you in at least one way in 2011. For some, He has done this is a dramatic way. A medical miracle. A hopeless situation that somehow became hopeful again. Something that stopped you dead in your tracks and caused you to realize again, “God is real and He did this.” For others, God revealed Himself in a more subtle way. Maybe it was the sunrise you saw that morning at the beach that inspired you to thank God because nothing that beautiful could have happened by some cosmic coincidence. Or perhaps you got the feeling that God was giving you a fresh start on life through a relationship change or a new job.

Letters to a Friend