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Three Characters - Luke 15

Jesus is once again with the tax collectors and sinners and the Pharisees and scribes are grumbling about the company He keeps so, as He has done before, Jesus tells a simple story, a parable, to teach a lesson. 649 more words

"Lay Down My Arms" by Christina Knowles

Should I lay down my arms and surrender?

Should I fall at Your feet and be still?

Can I be overwhelmed by Your splendor

And bent to Your heavenly will? 179 more words

God

Second Chances

I Used To Think | …that I was stuck in a hole and that there was no way out.  When I turned my back on God and the faith as a teenager I felt a bit of remorse and fear but was drawn to the temptations of the potential (of the world) in front of me.  45 more words

Faith Family Reunion

I Rocked the Boat

It finally happened. I’ve felt it welling up within me many times, but I’ve always been able to clench my teeth, breathe deeply, and keep the boat steady. 1,488 more words

I am, The Prodigal Son

The Prodigal Son, is what I have become-
lusting for the world
while in the process losing my soul
acting on my flesh seeking the things of this world… 143 more words

Luke 15 – “was lost and has been found”

When the Pharisees and scribes grumbled because Jesus “received sinners and eats with them” (Luke 15:2), He told three parables of lost things.  First He told of a man with a hundred sheep who lost one and went after it until he found it ( 162 more words

Gospels

Just felt led to read Psalm 9. Then kept going, chapter 10…11…12…13. It was like looking back thru the ancient texts and seeing our present day dilemmas. 262 more words