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God's Step in Yours

By: Natalie Plumb

Sometimes saying that everything happens for a reason, that prayer solves it all and that dryness, discernment,¬†doubt and despair… 133 more words


Well thought my good and faithful servant

Christianity was never meant to be a noun – a word used to name a class of people, places or things. When Christianity become merely a way to describe the church, we are missing the point. 437 more words


Identity would seem to be the garment with which one covers the nakedness of the self, in which case, it is best that the garment be loose, a little like the robes of the desert, through which one’s nakedness can always be felt, and, sometimes, discerned. 22 more words


Sabbath Time

Obedience is one of the three vows that I took as a Roman Catholic Sister many years ago that is still part of religious profession. In my early days (the “good old days”) it was easier to live that vow as it was interpreted by most as just doing what one was told by the superior who had the ear of God in all things large and small. 363 more words

All In


I write this with mixed emotions. Sadness and victory. Nothing crazy happened, nobody died, no, it’s nothing like that. This is emotionally altering, life changing, and I am certain this will forever change how I interact with my friends, family, strangers, and well, everyone. 698 more words


Do you sit with vain people?

It doesn’t matter where you are, there is always a bad crowd. There is always a group of people who have a terrible reputation for behaving inappropriately, disrespecting authority, and getting pleasure from doing inappropriate things. 403 more words


Discerning Truth from Error

Do you think you will be able to differentiate the weight difference between two objects? What if both are similar objects? Study shows that we can identify the difference when there is atleast 2 percent weight difference. 1,169 more words

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