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"I will get through this"

Since I’ve been re-reading and studying Philippians, some things keep coming back to my mind. Memories of other lessons from this book, some quite a while ago… like “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” (Phil. 575 more words

Faith

(05/24/2015) Knowing?

Today, points are shared on knowing, revelation and trust as operations completed by divinity among Christian believers.  The challenge to us in 2015 is not to discover or create a completely new system of sacred belief; it is that we affirm and embrace the things provided already as a gift from GOD.  While those born again learn to “know” by faith (not by sight), they also acquire divine consciousness by contemplation and reflection as well as through such experience as bereavement, giving, fellowship, obedience to law, parenting, service, study, and suffering.  A writer at “Yahoo! 737 more words

Discernment

Chip off the old block

Another lovely picture of Ailsa Craig today, taken by Brian Johnstone. This one is called (appropriately) “chip off the old block”.

“May every sunrise

bring you hope. 8 more words

Photographs

A Prayer for Pentecost

Today is the Feast of Pentecost in many Christian churches. Here is a poem-prayer I wrote this morning as I was thinking about Pentecost and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. 247 more words

Christian Spirituality

God equips us for whatever HE allows to come our way

This is a quick Sunday morning post.

I missed church this morning because I slept in till 9:20.

Yikes!!!!!!!

But after being at hospital by 7:00 A.M. 306 more words

LIFE

Nothing's Gonna Change My World

This is Wilson Fisk from Daredevil, staring at a white painting because it calms him. This is his way of meditating.

I have my own. 662 more words

Meditation

Faith and prayer

Faith is such a simple thing that we can have trouble understanding how it can be. How it can be that all we have to do is admit to God that we are sinners who cannot redeem ourselves and He will forgive us. 167 more words

Devotional