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Angry at the father, but the father shows compassion

04.16.2017 New Testament: Luke 15.28–32

To read the Bible in a year, read Luke 15.11–32 on April 16, In the year of our Lord 2017… 252 more words

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a-Lenten-prayer-a-day, day 17, Monday, March 20, 2017

Note: As a personal, spiritual discipline, I write a prayer for each of the forty days of Lent; each petition focusing on a theme, truly, relating to a care or concern weighing on my mind and heart, at times, vexing my soul and spirit… 367 more words

A Personal Reflection

Does God seek me or do I seek God? The Parable of the Prodigal Son sheds some clues

I offer my profound thanks to Tim for a document he sent me last week that included a collection of quite fascinating chapters written by the Catholic philosopher Herbert McCabe from his book ‘God still matters’. 952 more words

Atheism

Don't be prodigal in your prayers!

https://ancientanswersdotorg.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/2017-02-12_10-17.m4a

Among the most impressive civilizations in world history were the great Islamic societies of Central Asia, along what were called the Silk Roads. Great architecture and art, literature, technology, scientific and mathematical discoveries were among the trademarks of these societies – in sharp contrast to the common perceptions of Islam that are common in Europe and North America today. 762 more words

Sermons

Are you tired of living with pigs?

I’m wondering if evangelists could use the following invitation to proclaim the gospel:

Are you tired of living with pigs? 881 more words

Christianity

When You Begin to Lose God's Favor

When the outcome to a day, week or year does not end as you expect, hoped for and seek, there are various explanations to consider.  Perhaps, its not your time to receive what you desire.  220 more words

Truth

Prayer Request: Our Prodigal Country

and there wasted his substance with riotous living… and he began to be in want… And when he came to himself, he said… I will arise and go to my father, and will say unto him, Father, I have sinned… 126 more words