The people of Israel had tired of their system of judges, and desired to have a king. The Lord consented, allowing the Israelites full use of their agency, even though it could bring the people to turn away from Him. 2,205 more words
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I sometimes awaken at night in the cave. It has ceased being startling. I fall asleep in my bed and soon I can hear the slow persistent drip of water in the pool, feel the dampness, and sense that now familiar awareness of being in the home of the Morrigan, a place that holds part of myself now. 2,019 more words
Tithing or giving a 10% tithe from your monthly salaries is deception and is not inspired by the Spirit of God but this is inspired by the Spirit of ERROR, DECEPTION, SELFISHNESS and GREEDY. 1,896 more words
Saturday, and I’m at an old medical centre with completely beautiful grounds, a stream running through them at the bottom of the hill, an overgrown herb garden a home for whole microuniverses of life near the entrance, a delightfully happy rowan tree near the carpark. 436 more words
Second day, and I’m already starting to realise that there’s a big question mark around what the offering is each day.
Today the offering wasn’t the milk and incense. 160 more words