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John Hancock January 13, 2015 at 6:34 am

This is an interesting article. It has some good thoughts. However, I find the writer to exhibit thoughts that are negative, even while trying to write an article on being positive. Specifically, He states that he has never read Dr. Peele’s book “The Power of Positive Thinking, yet the writer states that the book is not biblical sound since , if I understand his writing correctly, id because he does not find Dr. Peale as a doctrinally sound individual.

Such general statement by the writer cannot be accepted as factual as it is not backed up authority.

Moreover, the question begs: “How can one say a writing is not biblical sound when you have never read the writing?” Based on the foregoing, I challenge the writer to read Dr. Peale’s book with an open mind.

The writer of this article needs to re-examine his thinking.

Ros October 10, 2017 at 9:36 am

Thank you very much. I needed this.

Yonas S Alemayehu September 22, 2020 at 12:40 pm

“I always thank God for you because of His grace given you in Christ Jesus.” — Corinthians 1:4

Peter Bassi December 14, 2020 at 1:18 am

Thank you very much for this encouraging message. I always experience rejection and negative experiences. just two examples. If sat on a table at reception in a wedding ceremony any table I sit at, services would not be served` and several times I left without meals. If there is sharing of things I will always be missed out. Just Yesterday at our church annual thanksgiving service, the prepare an arrangement whereby family by family, would come out and dance to the alter and drop their thanksgiving offering and be paryed and for. all families were called out, but even though I was the vice chairman of our church, my family was left out until I indicated.
I was embarrassed and grief. Why is it like that with me?

Jack Wellman December 14, 2020 at 10:16 am

Hello Peter. Thank you for your comment and question. I see this church does not recognize everyone. That is human nature and it has nothing to do with you but that’s on them. Talk to your pastor about this and tell him your concerns. I am sorry this hurt you, but in the end, we are only to please God and not man nor can man and his acts please us. we find our greatest pleasure in serving God. Regardless of whether we’re recognized by man or not… God knows your labor of love.

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