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Evening Prayer

Make every effort to present yourself before God as a proven worker who does not need to be ashamed, teaching the message of truth accurately. – 2 Tim 2:15 NET… 144 more words


Evening Devotional

“When he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels.” — Mar 8:38

If we have been partakers with Jesus in his shame, we shall be sharers with him in the lustre which shall surround him when he appears again in glory. 314 more words


Daily Light [Evening]

Contribute to the needs of the saints. – Rom 12:13 NET

Then David asked, “Is anyone still left from the family of Saul, so that I may extend kindness to him for the sake of Jonathan?” 204 more words


Acting Like God

The past couple of days, I have kind of gotten off track with the Lord. The only way I can explain it, is: I was conflicted with how I was supposed to act in certain situations, what I was supposed to say, and how I was supposed to simply live in God’s way. 379 more words



The abiding #christian realizes that the path of (his) life is marked out by the Providence of #God, and appreciates the fact and value of the abiding presence of #Christ; and when earthly sense fail, #Faith (not feeling) re-assures him of the truth.

old becomes new

I sit here at my computer desk listening to Downset at 2:30 am on October 3rd and I’m struck once again with some serious stuff. The opening track on “do we speak a dead language?” album is called “Intro” and it starts of with wind whistling and howling through what seems like a canyon, then you hear some wind chimes and a woman softly singing in the back ground; then comes these words with an unforgettable voice: “We must come to see that the end we seek, is a society at peace with itself, a society that can live with its conscience, that will be a day, not of the white man, not of the black man. 623 more words

Home Built

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Jesus said to them, “Amen, amen, I say to you, before Abraham came to be, I AM.”

A life in relationship with G-d entails listening. The Lord is constantly communicating with us. 192 more words

Lenten Reflections