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Tag Archives: Expatriates
What is the fear of God in a God-Fearer?
I recently heard a story about a large international company conducting job interviews in a remote area specific to one of their projects. When local interviewees were asked about their goals in life, some replied, “I want to be a … Continue reading
Posted in Devotional Essays Tagged Acts 10, Acts of the Apostles, Cornelius, Dubai, Expatriates, Gentile, God-fearer, Missionaries, Peter, Roman Centurion, The Way Leave a comment
The Struggle with Expectations
This past weekend, the eyes of the world were on the All England Club in London. The Wimbledon tennis finals were especially popular in Dubai. The reason? The large contingent of expatriates from the United Kingdom combined with the opportunity … Continue reading
Posted in Devotional Essays Tagged Andy Murray, Dubai, Expatriates, expectations, Israel, Judges, London, Othniel, Wimbledon 1 Comment