Spring is in the air–literally–as there is a special sublime smell in the air as the earth, which has been frozen & dormant over winter, warms up and reaches a temperature for plants to flourish. 583 more words
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One common misconception about faith in God is that works are not required to be both in right standing with God, and to live with him eternally. 482 more words
Today in our liturgical calendar we celebrate the early father and martyr of the Church with the strange-sounding name of Polycarp. If we spoke Greek, we wouldn’t find it so strange-sounding, because the prefix “poly-” in Greek means “many,” and “karpos” means “fruit.” Thus this child who was born just about 125 years after Our Lord’s ascension into heaven and the great event of Pentecost, was given the name Polycarp to indicate the wish that he bear many fruits, or much fruit—one of the favorite concepts of scripture. 413 more words
As for that in the good soil, they are those who, hearing the word, hold it fast in an honest and good heart, and bear fruit with patience.
King Solomon wisely proclaimed: “For everything there is a season, a right time for every intention under Heaven” (Ecclesiastes 3:1 CJB).
On Tuesday, January 17th 2017, the smell of peeled roast breadfruit filled the atmosphere of my kitchen. 403 more words