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Rest

During church one morning I found my self having many thoughts run through my mind as the result of several things going on in my life. 615 more words

Your Stumbling Block is a Stumbling Block For Me

13 Therefore let us not pass judgment on one another any longer, but rather decide never to put a stumbling block or hindrance in the way of a brother.” -Romans 14:13, ESV…

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SPIRITUAL WARFARE: Satan Destroys Us By Presenting The Bait And Hiding The Hook

http://clashdaily.com/2014/07/spiritual-warfare-satan-destroys-us-presenting-bait-hiding-hook/

Posted on July 24, 2014

The following is from Thomas Brooks’ Puritan Classic, Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices;

Satan’s first device to draw the soul into sin is, to present the bait—and hide the hook; to present the golden cup—and hide the poison; to present the sweet, the pleasure, and the profit that may flow in upon the soul by yielding to sin—and to hide from the soul the wrath and misery that will certainly follow the committing of sin. 1,627 more words

Spiritual

Freeing self and society

Emerging awareness of various social gender, sexuality and identity experience is disturbing to some. Rich complexity in this area has always been with us, but unavowed: “it will not do” was the voice of polite society.

Respect

Go ahead! Throw the first stone!

Sin is a very liberating thing. It’s a shame we have forgotten it. Just think what might not have happened in the world if we had had a little more respect for personal sins, a little more knowledge of our own, a little less condemnation of everyone else’s. 147 more words

Someone to Devour

It was my first time to visit the island.

Walking on a trail, it was quite wet at times.

Almost swamp-like.

I found several very interesting objects to photograph. 275 more words

Photos With Christian Thoughts By Myra Johnson

Sermon for Pentecost VI Year A - July 20

Gen. 28:10-19a; Psalm 139: 1-12, 23-24; Romans 8:12-25; Matthew 13: 24-30, 36-43

Hot weather this past week has made me spend some office hours outside; to sit underneath the cover of the litch gate’s shadow. 1,357 more words