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What About Me?

The following was written five months after my husband’s excommunication from the LDS Church.

Life is not fair and I am certainly feeling that is true in my life right now as I continue to feel the pain of betrayal trauma. 483 more words

Drink Offering

From the fiery altar in the temple door
Twice daily sacrifice was made from which arose
Sweet savour that was pleasing to the Lord
Who meets His people where His mercy flows. 340 more words

Suffering Servant

Jesus Died For Me (poem)

The day the cross rose,
The day that saved me.
The day that God chose,
To crucify Thee.

Sent straight from Heaven,
To teach His way. 183 more words


Mankind reconciled with its creator, why?

Excuse me, but reconciled?

Yeah. Lets look at the word first. The “Re” part denotes that there was first a “separation”, or a “difference” that took place. 522 more words


December Newsletter

 Click here to read the December, 2015 edition of the Emmaus Visitor.

In this months issue: Christmas Eve Services 🕯 Nuestra Señora de Guadelupe 🕯 New Constitution, Name 🕯 Annual Reports Due Soon 🕯 Giving Tree 🕯 Celebrating Generosity 🕯 ‘On the Edge’ Bible Study 🕯 Children’s Christmas Musical 🕯 After School Activities 🕯 Community Meal 🕯 ‘Grateful Hearts’ 🕯 FaithWorks Dissolves; Mission Continues 🕯 Outreach for Hope, Siebert Grants 🕯 Emaús in  8 more words


Atonement, The Only Goal of Salvation – Part A

In my last 29 blogs we have attempted first to show that the word “atonement” coined by William Tyndale was meant to mean: “coming at one with God,” which really amounts to “being of one mind with Him.” Christianity has largely lost sight of the fact that salvation is all about the restoration of that divine image in humans who have lost their way. 767 more words

Definite Debate

Definite. Particular. Limited. Effectual. These are all terms used to describe rightly the work of Christ on the cross.

Debate. Anger. Hatred. Slander. These are all terms that accompany the above terms when talking about the work of Christ on the cross in relation to certain people and certain groups. 446 more words