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Author Melinda Inman -- A Prodigal Now Returned

Melinda Viergever Inman was raised in the tornado capital of the U.S.—Wakita, Oklahoma, of “Twister” fame. There her roots were sunk in a storytelling family. During years of relocation, tragedy struck. 897 more words

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Breaking Up With Sin...Again

God hates what sin does to you as much as He hates the sin itself.

None of us like to be trapped in sin. We may give in to sin and justify it at times, but we understand that sin is something God hates. 389 more words

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Yusef Komunyakaa and God.


Photo: True Groove Records

Interesting spiritual lines, (more beautiful in the poem, so read it all). Yusef Komunyakaa’s first book was the christian bible, and he was a black muslim for some time. 694 more words

Like me

A person like me
Shouldn’t have been borned
Twisted and twined by the pain and reformed

A guy like me
Shouldn’t have been borned
In search of a friendship that will never be formed… 81 more words

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The Lost Son - Great Stories of the Holy Bible

Luke 15:1-32

The Parable of the Lost Sheep

1 Now all the tax collectors and sinners were coming near to listen to him. 2 And the Pharisees and the scribes were grumbling and saying, “This fellow welcomes sinners and eats with them.”

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The Post That Makes You Think I'm Weird(er)

When I was a kid, it seemed like whatever tan, wrinkled man happened to be on stage at whatever Baptist service I was attending was inevitably going to say some variation of, “I look back on who I was before I knew Jesus, at the shameful things I once did without feeling shame, and I know that the change I went through was none other than a miracle of God Himself. 418 more words

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