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Why Relationships Can Be So Hard? (Article 17-17)

Relationships are one of the most challenging things to engage in life. Making it even more trying is that everything in life is based on relationships – that being an interrelated connection with someone that deals with some state of affairs or matters. Relationships affect the way we feel and behave toward each other. This is true whether in it's in the workplace, dealing with business affairs, friendships or something more intimate such as spiritual relationships, relationships with family members, and marital relationships. It’s impossible to exist in the world without engaging in relationships of some sort. Some relationships may feel rewarding, fulfilling, and beneficial, while ot

Why Are We Called To Be “Meek”? (Article 17-16)

“Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth,” Christ tells us (Matthew 5:5). In other words, “Happy you will be if you serve thy God and others,” for if you do, you will find true joy, peace and fulfillment here on earth.” Christ presents the concept of “meekness” as His second beatitude on the Sermon of the Mount, building on the first and very important spiritual concept of spiritual poverty (humbleness) – that being, knowing who we are in relation to God and our need for Him in all things. His call for us to be "meek" is the second rung to climb as part of His blueprint for our spiritual maturity (Article 17-11 on this website). The question remains, why is being meek (h

The Choice of Being Wheat or Tares (Article 17-15)

Our Savior often used parables to teach the people during His ministry. Given the agrarian life style of the common man in His time, Christ often instructed people on the truth by connecting them with circumstances that they could relate. One of the messages He taught was the parable of the “Wheat and the Tares (Matthew 13:24-30)". In this parable, Christ compares the Kingdom of Heaven to be like a man who sowed good wheat seed in His fields, but when he fell asleep, an evil person came in the night and sowed tare seeds among the good wheat seed. The Tare plant, referred to in botany terms as Darnel or Lolium Temulentum, is a grassy weed that looks very much like wheat until it is mature

The "Adam's Apple" - A Deadly Affliction (Article 17-14)

The Adam’s Apple is found in both men and women. For men, they show up more prominently as a bony cartilage that’s wrapped around the larynx. Also known as the laryngeal prominence, the Adam's Apple sits right on top of the thyroid gland, so the area is fittingly called the thyroid cartilage. Although Adam's Apples are found in both genders, they show up more prominently in men. They do so as a chunk of bony cartilage that's wrapped around the larynx. Boys and girls all start out with similarly sized thyroid cartilage, however, this changes during puberty. The boys' Adam's Apples become noticeably bigger, and their voices change as their testosterone levels increase, thus usually giving

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