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Gary Thomas
Christian author (Sacred Marriage, among others) and teacher: Writer in Residence at Second Baptist, Houston. Lover of God, student of the Christian classics
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Gary Thomas Jan 21
Replying to @ulyie19
So glad to hear Dave!
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FamilyLife Jan 20
"I’m to be my wife’s chief encourager. If she has to get that from her best friend, something’s wrong. If she has to get that from her kids, something is wrong. God created me, as her husband, to be the chief encourager—the one to lift her up, to appreciate her." -
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Gary Thomas Jan 20
To be a parent and to serve God is to be misunderstood via
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Gary Thomas Jan 19
“One unforgettable law has been learned through all the disasters and injustices of the last thousand years: If things go well with the family, life is worth living; when the family falters, life falls apart.” Michael Novak
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Gary Thomas Jan 19
Such a great opportunity for service members, with several options. Check out
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Gary Thomas Jan 19
Can't we just stop being this way? This was said 150 years ago! "If its individual citizens, to a man, are to be believed, [the United States] always is depressed, and always is stagnated, and always is at an alarming crisis, and never was otherwise..." Charles Dickens
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Focus Marriage Jan 19
? A Fresh Look at the Scene on romantic vs character & intentional godly pursuit
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Gary Thomas Jan 18
An increasing number of Christians now question the authority of the Bible, but if we can’t trust what Paul said about sex, how can we trust what he said about faith and grace? Maybe salvation really is based on works…
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Gary Thomas Jan 18
Replying to @cbugoals
No. They just changed the title when it went into paperback. No need to get another copy
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Juli Slattery Jan 18
If Satan can get God's people to turn on one another while convinced they are doing God's work, he has won the battle. "Above all, put on love which binds us together in unity."
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Gary Thomas Jan 18
"Your limitations can bring glory to God as they provide platforms for him to do something through you that has no other explanation but God." Gary Thomas "Holy Available"
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Gary Thomas Jan 17
“To carry what God has forgiven in my life is unnecessary misery.” Calvin Miller
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Gary Thomas Jan 17
Second Baptist Houston: we don’t see THIS very often...
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Thrive - FBC Jan 17
"Every lie become a wedge between the two of you... Intimacy demands authenticity" (, A Lifelong Love).
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Gary Thomas Jan 17
“But what I’ve found is that parents who try to bring out the best in their children, rather than just suppress the worst, end up with much better relationships—and, ironically, far less need for discipline.” Rebecca Gregoire Lindenbach “Why I Didn’t Rebel”
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Gary Thomas Jan 16
:"Mere morality teaches men to dance, but it does not discern the fact that they have lost their legs. The gospel gives the lame man his feet and then shows him how to use them." Charles Spurgeon
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Gary Thomas Jan 16
Just because it’s in a book doesn’t make it true. And just because you WANT it to be true doesn’t make it true.
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Grace Marriage Jan 15
Attend CHERISH on February 10 in Owensboro, KY! This is the perfect opportunity to invest in your marriage and bless your Valentine! Bestselling author will be the keynote speaker. For more information on tickets and discounts, visit:
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Gary Thomas Jan 15
“What, then, is man without God, but a garden without a gardener, a ship without a pilot, a state without a ruler, an army without a general, a body without a soul?” Louis of Granada, “The Sinner’s Guide”
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Gary Thomas Jan 15
We might as well surrender sooner rather than later: God is wise in heart, and mighty in strength —who has resisted him, and succeeded?— Job 9:4
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