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Kiln blog: They Could, But Won't

A prophetic message that uses politics to make a point; excerpt…

Judah didn’t have to face exile in Babylon. Even after all their many failures, slipping into idolatry, they could have settled into their punishment at God’s hand by serving Babylon quietly. 210 more words


Kiln blog: Why Tribulation?

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This shouldn’t be too hard to understand if your mind knows your heart: Divine justice was never punitive in nature. It was always redemptive. 214 more words


Blessed Virgin Mary - "Every sin is based upon disrespect for God's Law and the subsequent welfare of others"

Holy Love Ministry

January 12, 2017

Mary, Refuge of Holy Love says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“Every sin is based upon disrespect for God’s Law and the subsequent welfare of others. 128 more words


A Comforting Story for the People of Aleppo?

24 years ago today I embarked on a journey that changed my life forever. This is the luggage tag that I used on my first visit to Bosnia on 19 December 1992, a few months after the start of the war. 957 more words


Glimpses of Eden

Eden is not ephemeral. It is created, but it was not meant to die any quicker than the rest of Creation as a whole. It’s not eternal in the sense that God is, but it stands outside of time and space. 1,178 more words


Kiln blog: We Reveal

Our most important mission is the truth. Not just telling it, but living it so that it gains a living force — be the incarnation of truth.

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A Little More Moral Economics

Trust your heart-mind for a proper moral analysis.

The whole end of mankind living on this earth is to seek the glory of God. Just so you understand completely, it’s “seek” in both ways: We seek to bring Him glory, but we also seek where His glory shines brightest in our world. 928 more words

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