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Nebuchadnezzar recognises God's power

Nebuchadnezzar’s first invasion of Jerusalem and Daniel’s first few years in exile: 2 Kings 24:1–4; Daniel 1–3

Jeremiah heard God well: Judah didn’t repent and Nebuchadnezzar invaded Judah, taking the first exiles from Jerusalem back with him to Babylon. 191 more words


Foglines chapter 40

“Pete! Pete! Wake up. Are you ok?’

I gasp for air. Mary-Sue holds me by the shoulders.

“Han! I was…”

“You were screaming in your sleep.” Mary-Sue said. 875 more words


Cognitively Fabulous

Lately I have been working on getting back as much of my cognitive skill as possible, and reestablishing basic daily routines with rest as friend, not foe. 420 more words

David Gray: Mutineers

MENTION the name David Gray to most members of the British record buying public and the first song that will spring to their minds will be Babylon. 165 more words

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The Courage I Lack

I stepped into summer with so much certainty. Certainty about the summer itself? Well, no, not at all–just ask Amy, who kindly played psychiatrist to the anguished fits of indecision that inhabited our couch for a month. 541 more words

supersets + swellest of tacos

Tuesday is a sneaky bastard.

Since the beginning of time, society has isolated Monday as the worst day of the week — it’s far from Friday and has seemingly no positive qualities. 678 more words

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God’s Work To Raise The Dead - 07.27.14

Ezekiel 37:1-14 (ESV)

Listen to the sermon here.


What circumstance or relationship leaves you with the least hope? What about it seems to be the most perplexing? 698 more words

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