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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF®
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® 10h
Replying to @DougRicheyMO
Is it a good book?
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® 19h
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® 19h
A princess last night but a real country girl today. & I couldn’t be more proud of
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Ed Stetzer Oct 11
In 2009, the mantra was “We just want our marriage equity. We just want to be able to let love be love.” Ten years later, the goal posts have moved for many: affirm the new orthodoxy on same sex marriage—or lose tax exempt status.
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 11
Replying to @danielleMGsmith
It was a college work supervisor and her prayers seemed so genuine and heartfelt that I felt like she was having a person to person conversation with the Lord. I longed for that closeness to Him. Listening to her helped me communicate more intimately with the Savior.
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 11
Replying to @danielleMGsmith
College mentor.
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 11
Where your treasure is, there your [your wishes, your desires; that on which your life centers] will be also. (Matt. 6:21 AMP)
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 11
In the parable of the talents (Matt. 25:14-30), the lazy servant’s mistake was not misspending or even embezzlement, he was guilty of simply doing nothing.
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Ryan Saavedra Oct 10
Democrat presidential candidate Robert Francis O'Rourke says that he will take away the tax-exempt status of churches if they do not believe in same-sex marriage
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Meb Faber Oct 10
As the decade nears its end, always a good time to reflect. When you sit down with your broker or advisor, here’s a few questions to ask: 1. Do we own funds that cost > 1%? If so, why? 2. Do we pay trading commissions? If so, why? 3. Do we earn 2% on our cash? If not, why not?
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 10
Dying in sin is a serious matter. At our physical death the opportunity for repentance passes. and turn to Jesus.
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 10
Never stand begging for that which you have the power to earn. -
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 9
Replying to @NateSGFMO
I thought the same thing
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J. Darryn Zewalk Oct 9
Sometimes God will send you a drought to stop a bad harvest in your life.
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 9
Replying to @RichardLBaker
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 9
75k for a bass boat? Are you kidding me?! That would have bought our 1st house 3x’s over. This is how people get overwhelmed w/ debt. By the way, I own 2 boats but I buy used & for sensible money.
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 9
Replying to @jphall79
You called that one
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Dr. Richard Baker, AIF® Oct 9
We should live our lives pointing people to .
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Shane Pruitt Oct 9
the lost aren’t commanded to go to church. the church is commanded to go to the lost.
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