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If you’ve ever watched a wrestling match, you’ve seen that the very nature of the sport is grappling. The competitors hod, twist, pin, and muscle each other around until one of them gives.
The unexpected fact that made Martin Luther so exultant and jubilant over God’s righteousness, way back in 1517, is when he finally understood that it was a positive, a saving, an acquitting righteousness. 599 more words
There are very few statements that infuriate me more than “well that’s just your (my) opinion.” The reason that this statement is said, is to shield a statement or set of beliefs from assault by virtue of being subjective opinions of which we are all taught are never wrong. 987 more words
Today’s meditation comes from the pen of none other than the Augustinian Archbishop of Canterbury Saint Anselm (1033 – 1109).
“Teach me to seek thee, and reveal thyself to me, when I seek thee, for I cannot seek thee, except thou teach me, nor find thee, except thou reveal thyself.” 187 more words