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Jesus Could Have Cast the First Stone

Have you ever been caught in the act of doing something you weren’t supposed to? Maybe you were breaking the law, or maybe just a house rule. 3,004 more words


Judge Not...

He without sin, cast the first stone. 

Very familiar passage. We all know of the lady who was caught in the act of adultery, and was brought to Jesus by the crowd asking Jesus what should they do with her. 1,797 more words

How Dare You?

John 8:7 reads “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” It baffles me how quickly we claim to be ‘loving’ forgiving’ ‘Christians’ but are so quick to judge and call out others for doing something we think is ‘unchristian like.’ (I put these words in quotations because I think many of us do not know the true biblical meaning of these words but I will touch on that in a different entry.) We are so blinded by or want to hide our sins and shortcomings that we make it a mission to bring to light the flaws and shortcomings of others. 512 more words

Conversations With God

Spring Blog Fest Hop

Normally, I would do What I’m Reading Wednesday but today is special. SPRING IS HERE!!

Go visit my post over on Long and Short Reviews for a chance to win a free copy of Cast The First Stone AND be entered in the GRAND PRIZE DRAWING for a GC or one of four book packs or one of four swag packs! 14 more words

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Just Another Manic Monday

Hi everyone! *waves*

I’M BACK!!!!!

And wow, it feels good!!! First things first, obviously, I passed my certification exam so that is a HUGE load off my shoulders / WOOOO HOOOOOO… 288 more words

Cast The First Stone



I joined a gym last week. It’s not a big secret I’ve gained a few dozen pounds ok!

But as I entered the gym, I noticed in bright neon, a sign that read, WELCOME TO THE JUDGEMENT FREE ZONE. 810 more words


Put That Away. The Reverend is Here.

In the hospital waiting room sat a young couple whispering to each other, ignoring me. I don’t have a smart phone, so I was distracting myself with October’s edition of “People” Magazine. 798 more words

The Gospel