Amidst releasing and touring a belting new LP, renowned guitar supremo John Wesley talked to Headwarmer about his origins and influences, empathy, listening to the sounds in your head and being ‘overdrawn at the memory bank’. 1,742 more words
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Fourth of July, I think, is the name of this happy rose.
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Hebrews 10:22-24 Let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience, and our bodies washed with pure water.
Satan: A Fallen Angel or Created As Such? A Ministering Spirit? Enemy of God? Friend of God? Which Is It? What is His Destiny?
Posted By Thomas Perez. February 2, 2012 at 11:11pm. Copyright 2012.
Note: This article deals with the topic of Satan as a being, a spirit, and not necessarily as an allegory or metaphor. 6,101 more words
Guest post: Searching for the 'real story' behind 18th century autobiography and conversion narrative
We have an early Easter treat for you with another guest post! Here, Bristol-based writer Lucienne Boyce considers the autobiography/conversion narrative of the eighteenth century figure Silas Told. 1,336 more words
‘There is a clear pool, whose waters gleam like silver. It is not tainted by shepherds, or by their she-goats grazing on the mountain. Nor is it muddied by cattle, or by birds or wild animals, or by a branch fallen from a tree.’ 1,669 more words
To begin, the significance is not in the blood moon itself but in the fact that it occurred on a feast day. It is also significant that the Hebrew month Nisan started on the first of the Gentile month. 970 more words