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No, You Can't Have a New One (Spoiler Warning)

For the creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the children of God;  for the creation was subjected to futility, not of its own will but by the will of the one who subjected it, in hope  that the creation itself will be set free from its bondage to decay and will obtain the freedom of the glory of the children of God.

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Genesis 42:18-37

DAY 71

About God?

God reveals Himself to us even when we have sinned. In fact it is His desire to love us well, that calls us – draws us – to repent and recieve His love. 33 more words


The Saddest Words: Post-it Note #138

I recently started a chronological re-reading of the Bible.  Genesis is packed full of the stories many of us learned in Sunday school.  They are more than familiar to me.  352 more words

God's Grace

Would You Eat Bigfoot?

Forget Jack Link’s Sasquatch Jerky (which actually tastes pretty good). Would you BBQ a Bigfoot?

In other posts on the image of God in humanity… 660 more words



Have you ever stayed up way too late, watched as many surprise proposals and wedding father daughter dances as you can possibly watch and have reached that time when your crazy thoughts just become one big bubble of even crazier thoughts? 334 more words


2015 New Year Resolution for More Prayerful Life

3 more days to Christmas and I have started to ask myself what I really want to achieve for this new liturgical year (actually Year B has already started since 30 November 2014) .   324 more words



(Part of my “Science in the Bible” series.)

I’m in a sharing mood, again, and thought I’d share with you some of the material I’ve placed aside to be put into my next DVD, pertaining to the massive quantities of scientific foreknowledge contained with the Christian Bible. 1,198 more words