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http://bible.com/114/isa.25.1.nkjv O Lord, You are my God. I will exalt You, I will praise Your name, For You have done wonderful things; Your counsels of old are faithfulness and truth.


Don't Judge My Post!

I come from an extremely judgemental family.  As a child, we used to travel to Jamaica almost yearly, and I vividly remember watching my aunts and cousins sit on the veranda (porch) to people watch.  730 more words

He Loved Him.

It is a hard calling to follow Jesus. Not one of us is doing it perfectly.

     ‘Jesus looked at him and loved him. “One thing you lack…” he said’. 397 more words

The Gift In A Plain Red Cup

I felt weary and frazzled as I sat in the parent’s lounge.  I was enjoying a quiet moment with no drama when a man entered the room.   785 more words

Perspective Is Everything

Your first impression is rarely the most accurate

“Well, you look like a country girl.”

I’d never heard that statement before, and just recently someone I barely knew decided it was something I needed to hear. 669 more words

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St John of Kronstadt: "despise the sins, the faults themselves, and not our brother who commits them"

“The Devil cunningly induces us – instead of irritating us against himself – to notice our neighbors’ sins, to make us spiteful and angry with others, and to awaken our contempt towards them, thus keeping us in enmity with our neighbors, and with the Lord God Himself. 81 more words

Religious/Theological Reflections

Who are we to pass judgements?

It’s easy to judge someone, without knowing what battles they might be fighting, unknown to you. Nothing hurts more than words than get underneath your skin. 213 more words

Human Psychology