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There is a Fountain - and then some.

The Olney Hymns as they were called, were a joint effort by John Newton and William Cowper. They were first published in 1779. In part, they were to be used as a means of making Biblical truths memorable for those who were less educated and able in Newton’s parish. 300 more words

Responsive Reid-ing...blogging Christian Style

Too much realism

I am not a fan of realism for the sake of realism. Nor was legendary film director David Lean, who once said films should feel like dreams. 411 more words


An Army of Phinehases – Part 4

Sunday Mornings at the Movies.

Welcome back to the Church of Corinth. Corinthians: the Sequel (aka 2 Corinthians: Volume 13 of Heavenly Citizens in Earthly Shoes) is now available as paperback and eBook. 650 more words


my hero

The fairy tales don’t begin to… They tell of a great hero rescuing the damsel in distress, but not in the way my real rescue happened. 523 more words


August 18th-the living waters written of in the New Testament, Jesus Christ more specifically referred to as the source, as the healing waters flowed from His side.

Ezekiel 47: 1Then he brought me back to the door of the house; and behold, water was flowing from under the threshold of the house toward the east, for the house faced east. 1,918 more words

Walking With God

My White Privilege Story

I’m a white, Acadian-Canadian woman, raised Catholic in a predominantly white community, currently living in South Korea. I could easily say that what happened in Charlottesville isn’t my story. 1,154 more words

Brené Brown

What is the Relationship between God and Divine Law?

Some Christians and other religious people believe that God is the author of divine law. I don’t think this is the case. 1,372 more words