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Grace and Other Concepts That Frustrate Me

     So, I’ve been in college for a week now.  Within this past week, I’ve been asked on three different occasions what my favorite quote is, to which I respond with John Steinbeck’s “And now that you don’t have to be perfect, you can be good.”  This is my favorite and most frustrating quote ever which relates to the topic I’m about to throw at you. 698 more words

Fighting Writers & Readers Block

It’s a Wednesday afternoon here in Southern California, and I am sitting on my patio, staring at my computer with nothing to write. Yep…. I got nothing. 1,041 more words

Books 101

Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God...

Note:  This is the conclusion to yesterdays post.  Both pieces are also posted together– here –in a single article.

The admonition of the Lord is to “seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness”, trusting God to supply our needs and to work in us both to will and to do of his good pleasure.  

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Thy Will Be Done

Lets look at it another way.  If deliberately choosing to follow Christ down a clear and narrow path of holiness is not our choice in this life, will it suddenly be our choice in death? 112 more words

Blog Quotes

The Great Divorce On Stage

My wife took me to a play on Father’s Day. Many of you are familiar with The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis. Well, the Fellowship for Performing Arts has taken the story to the stage. 445 more words

Spiritual Journey

Under-Appreciated Classics

Last Tuesday, I participated in the Top Ten Tuesday post that the Broke and the Bookish puts on. The theme was classics, and I spent a lot of time thinking about what classics I wanted to include. 369 more words