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Insight

I see now, that my eyes

Are nothing more than telescopes

All the long-range abilities

To spot the misdeeds of the world before

And know nothing at all… 35 more words

Poetry

To Judge or Not To Judge

“Do not judge… lest ye be judged.”

As Christians, is it okay to judge others? At first glance, there are many who may say that it is not okay to judge others at all; that we need to leave any judgement making up to God. 566 more words

God's Judgement

Brain Candy

The easiest thing for a person to do is to point out a fault in another. We have been taught to walk around and see the negatives as if we were reading a cereal box. 523 more words

Free Writing

Ted Cruz explains how heroine addiction killed his half-sister Miriam

Something that Ted Cruz said in the ABC News debate last night started me thinking about Bible study and being a prophetic voice to this generation on moral issues. 1,015 more words

News

I know one thing that never dies

Hávamál (English pronunciation: /ˈhɑːvəmɑːl/ hah-və-mahl; “sayings of the high one”) is a combination of different poems from the Vikings age that presents advice for living, proper conduct and wisdom.  452 more words

Blog

2# When your parents treat you like an alcoholic

My parents drink alcohol. When they drink they let me drink with them. It’s no secret that out of my three siblings I have the highest tolerance but I don’t go around flaunting it. 560 more words

Rants

Vacation Poster Promises

There are plenty of posters and travel blogs promising bliss and restoration. Smooth, polished rocks, cascading waterfalls, and green plush grass are there for you. Rest and Restore. 424 more words

Inspiration