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Pray With All Prayer

With all prayer and supplication.
Ephesians 6:18 ESV

Paul’s next ALL statement is that we should pray with all prayer and supplication. Since supplication is a particular type of prayer, I believe that Paul means to use various kinds of prayer whenever we pray, with a special focus on supplication. 1,964 more words

Thoughts

Lamenting and Trusting God for England 

With tears streaming down our faces we say “how much more tragedy can we bare?”
“how many more shall come our way?”

We have seen human carnage in succession, our trauma deepens day by day as a sore that cannot heal. 370 more words

Plancks' constant and Europe

As the first nontrivial entry of this blog, it is probably best if I describe the short 18-day period in Europe between 25 May till 11 June, a few weeks after my final examination in my four-year undergraduate studies ended. 704 more words

Europe

Lamentation

Three years ago this day, my son Aaron Edward Kimel took his life. At that moment, my life and the lives of my wife and children and all who loved him were dramatically changed. 2,006 more words

Aaron Kimel

Fr Aidan Kimel reblogged this on Eclectic Orthodoxy and commented:

O God of all spirits and all flesh, Who have destroyed death, overcome the Devil, and given life to the world, grant, O Lord, to the soul of your servant Aaron, who has departed from this life, that it may rest in a place of light, in a place of happiness, in a place of peace, where there is no pain, no grief, no sighing. And since You are a gracious God and the Lover of mankind, forgive him every sin he has committed by thought, or word, or deed, for there is not a man who lives and does not sin: You alone are without sin, Your righteousness is everlasting, and Your word is true. You are the Resurrection and the Life, and the Repose of your departed servant, Aaron, O Christ our God, and we render glory to You, together with Your Eternal Father and your All-holy, good and life-giving Spirit, now and always and forever and ever. Amen.

May his memory be eternal. May his memory be eternal. May his memory be eternal.

O Christ God, with the Saints, grant rest to the soul of your servant, Aaron, in a place where there is no pain, no grief, no sighing, but everlasting life. Amen.

Queen Katherine and Media: Review of "Lamentation" by CJ Sansom

The day I found out that a link had been added to a Guardian Book Review was last year on this day. The highlighted “ 333 more words

Life As Queen (1543-1547)

Death to the Troll Box

Perhaps it was a thing too good for this Earth,

a place of good intention peppered with some evil eggs;

A wise eye giveth and the boom doth taketh away! 153 more words

Philisophy

A Rainy Monday

A cello moans a bittersweet refrain.

Rain patters out its rhythmic lamentation on the windowpane.

Muffled thunder rumbles in the distance.

Nearby a mourning dove sings her melancholy song. 10 more words