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Kim's Journey to the Altar

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Please take a few moments to view the Kim’s Journey to the Altar. deals, in order to get an idea about the top quality and features of this product item. 53 more words

Michaelmas

I wasn’t raised Christian. In fact, by the time I came along, my parents claimed, to anyone who asked, to be devout Atheists. In practice, this was far from true, but as refugees from their own Southern Baptist upbringings, I think this is simply the name they evoked to warn others, “Don’t ask questions or push your beliefs on me.” Accordingly, I was left to explore beliefs systems as I chose and decide for myself what worked for me. 294 more words

Pagan

Drone

Drone

El zumbido, el desborde, la entropía.

Microuniversos de apropiación estética.

Manifestaciones escultóricas vernáculas encontradas a partir de derivas realizadas en la ciudad de México. 7 more words

Dibujo

An altar and a house (2 Chronicles 4:1)

Today’s Readings: 2 Chronicles 4-6

The temple altar was bronze and incredibly large—30 feet long, 30 feet wide, and 15 feet high.

We probably don’t think much about the size of the temple Solomon built to honor God, particularly with the scale of some of the buildings we construct today.

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Commitment

Redemption He Wrote

If someone is found slain, lying in a field in the land the Lord your God is giving you to possess, and it is not known who the killer was, your elders and judges shall go out and measure the distance from the body to the neighboring towns. 870 more words

Bible

Pictures from the Day After the Feast

Hail, Saint Cyprian of Antioch: mage, martyr, mystic; theurge, thaumaturge, theophoros; saint, sorcerer, sage!  Pray for us who are alive and dead, now and at the hour of our death.   44 more words

Creative

It's Getting Dark In Here, ASJ.3

Yesterday sucked. Like, really, really sucked. For the first time in over a year since beginning Somatic Experiencing, I was triggered HARD. I’ve never felt bad after therapy… and here I am, still with a tension headache, sore arm, and stiff neck that was created by an attempt to be supportive over releasing the last 30% or so of tension I carry in my left shoulder. 616 more words