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You’ve Gotta Have Heart!

You’ve Gotta Have Heart! What An Obscure Historian’s Motto Can Teach Us About Life – By Daniel W. Sheridan (Twitter: @DanielWSheridan) #History #Joy #Love #Heart #TheBible #Inspiration “The secular historian should be filled with universal human sympathy, the church historian … Continue reading

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I Love Science!

I Love Science! By Daniel W. Sheridan (Twitter:@DanielWSheridan) #SuccessfulSavior #TheBible #Science #ILoveScience   “I give thee thanks, O Lord and Creator, that thou hast gladdened me by thy creation when I was enraptured by the work of thy hands…” Kepler … Continue reading

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Who Are Universalists?

Who Are Universalists? #SuccessfulSavior   I just received in the mail a copy of Thomas Whittemore’s “The Plain Guide to Universalism.” I purchased it for one reason, the subtitle:   “Designed to inquirers to the belief of that doctrine, and … Continue reading

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How Do You Measure Success?

How Do You Measure Success? – By Daniel W. Sheridan (Twitter: @DanielWSheridan) #SuccessfulSavior #Bible #Jesus How do you know if someone is good at their job? Doctor, lawyer, athlete, teacher, salesperson, any job. You know someone is good at their … Continue reading

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Dealing With Disagreements: How To Honorably Navigate Through An Argument And Have The Humility To Change

I have a very old book written by former Illinois Governor, Thomas Ford (1800-1850), “A History of Illinois,” which contains gems of wisdom. Mr. Ford, in discussing the political climate of those days, noted how difficult it became for a … Continue reading

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A City Upon On A Hill

On this day, January 12, 1587, John Winthrop, the first governor of the Massachusetts Colony, is born. John Winthrop, in a picturesque a caravan of eleven ships containing about 1000 people together with their horses and cattle, arrived in Salem, … Continue reading

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