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Punching Bag

Living on the border is far more challenging than what words can allow to explain; living between what God dictates yet continue praying for a miracle, protecting one’s self from¬†harm yet keeping an open tomb, living in original sin yet yearning for Jesus’s second coming. 54 more words

Jesus is Coming Again Real Soon.

Commentary & Analysis


L. A. Marzulli

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L. A. Marzulli

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Top of the charts for funerals in the UK

A British survey has named Monty Python song “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” as the country’s most-requested funeral tune…For the first time ever, the song, from Life of Brian, topped a regular poll conducted by Britain’s Co-operative Funeral Care.

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Story of the Holy Land Returns to the Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Just in time for the holiday season, Jerusalem, an IMAX film telling the modern story of the Holy Land, is back at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History… 171 more words

Museum News

General Ronald Storrs and Cardinal Francis Bourne

David Hogarth portrays Alexander as having very little respect for his religion.

As a boy, he had treated cavalierly even the Pythia. As a man, he refused to listen when a soothsayer forbade his venture across the Sir Daria; he committed palpable fraud with the auspices to save his dignity at the Sutlej; and replied with scornful sarcasm to the last warnings of the prophets of Bel.

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Of The Moment

Old Testament for Nov. 30, 2014

Start with Scripture:

Isaiah 64:1-9



This oracle from Isaiah looks both backward and forward in time: on the one hand, the Prophet implores the Lord to enter onto the stage of history in a dramatic way – “rending the heavens” and “making the mountains tremble.”¬† The Prophet is asking that the Lord do what he has done in the past, and intervene in human history. 817 more words

Old Testament Scriptures