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Setting the Temperature - #5820
You put Joseph in a great situation and he's the trusted person, the one who says yes to responsibility. Put him in a terrible situation, he is the same man; making things better, changing his environment, setting a positive climate. That is a thermostat. And, that's what the people around you need you to be. Grownup people, godly people, make a difference people respond to situations, not from the environment around them or the feelings that they're feeling, but from the character inside them - the Lord who's inside them!

Playing "Catch" With Daddy - #5815
Just look at your children and you may very well be looking into a mirror of the vitality and reality of your own relationship with Jesus Christ. If you're cool or cold toward God, you'll probably see it in them. If you're excited about God, about His Word, about His work, you'll probably see it in them. If you're negative and critical spiritually and they hear a lot about what's wrong with Christians, don't be surprised if they don't want much to do with Jesus.

Create - a Christian perspective
The Biblical account of the creation of the world. According to the Genesis account, God created the world over the course of a week--everything from the stars and planets to humans and animals.

Adam in the Bible: Genesis 2:4-25
This is the account of the creation of humankind--Adam, the first man, and Eve, the first woman. This passage is light on details, but we can learn much about our relationship to God and to each other from the way that Adam and Eve are established in the Garden of Eden.

Creation in the Bible: Genesis 1:1-31
Where did we come from? What's the meaning of life? The answers to those questions aren't simple, but they have their roots in the much-debated opening verses of the Bible, which describe God's creation of the world and everything in it. From the very first verse of the Bible, God's role in creation is made clear.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Miss or Mr. Right - #8206 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and there is a lonelier lonely than being single. That’s being married to the wrong person. That’s one of the loneliest feelings in the world. And you don't have to be a senior in college to panic and make a choice that will ultimately yield great disappointment and unhappiness.

How Did Animals Spread All Over the World from Where the Ark Landed? - Answers in Genesis
“Is there a Bible-based model that we can use to help explain how animals might have migrated from where the Ark landed to where they live today?” The answer is yes.A biblical model of animal migration must start with the Bible. From Genesis we can glean pertinent facts.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Altar - Whatever it Takes - #4488
Maybe you've almost put your life on hold until you find that man or woman to marry. Don't waste a precious day of your life waiting for what you don't have. Live this day - single or married - with all your heart! And don't let your waiting start to turn you hard and cynical and bitter and negative. Those kinds of responses insult the God who said He will meet your needs, and they repel love rather than attracting it.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Battle over "The Precious" - #4448
The ring in Lord of the Rings is fantasy. The battle over "The Precious" is not. Because we all have something or someone in our life that is, for us, "The Precious." We can't let go of it. And like the ring in Tolkien's stories, the longer and more tightly we hold onto it, the more it slowly destroys us.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - No Lone Rangers - #4430
Actually, there were never meant to be any Lone Rangers. Let's go all the way back to the original Lone Ranger - Adam, the first man God ever created. As the Creation saga unfolds in Genesis 1, the Bible uses a phrase repeatedly to describe how God felt about what He had been created each day - "And God saw that it was good." Genesis 1:31 says, "God saw all that He had made, and it was very good."