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The Substitution of Complaint for Lament

Sunday Evening Musing

These are times when we should cry out our laments to God. Times when the heart is so raw because of the evil of this world, the heartache and brokenness of this world that nothing but a mournful, tear-filled shout at God can be both relief and the path to health. 509 more words

Monday Discussions

God is Not Santa

“He’s making a list, and checking it twice, gonna find out who’s naughty or nice. Santa Clause is coming to town.”

This is the view many, MANY people have of Yahweh—a grand, jolly ol’ St.

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The Walk of Repentance

Have you viewed Christianity as a list of does and don’ts?

Does the idea of knowing Jesus, as opposed to simply obeying the rules, seem foreign or familiar? 46 more words


Ponderizing - Week 8 Thoughts

The verse I have chosen to ponderize this week, is
2 Nephi 25:26.

And we talk of Christ, we rejoice in Christ, we preach of Christ, we prophesy of Christ, and we write according to our prophecies, that our children may know to what source they may look for a remission of their sins.

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Book Of Mormon

Remnant of Exile; Fullness of Following

The Holy Spirit ushers us back to fellowship with God.  We quash his voice for moments and seasons, yet at the end of ourselves, the Spirit’s voice is audible in the stillness of our hearts to rejuvenate the remnant of our lives back to the fullness of following Jesus… 523 more words

Marc Kinna

Meeting God

When a soul completes its time on earth, it leaves its body and returns to its Maker. The Creator then reveals himself and the soul realizes that everything that happened to him in his life was from God. 95 more words

End Of Days

Sunday sermon 29 November 2015 Advent 1 - Refiner's fire

READINGS:   Malachi 3:1-6  Luke 3:1-6; Matthew 12:9-21


We have a local website and network called neighbourly. It’s a great tool. You can send out notices of events in specific areas around here, and people get a daily email with the key events. 2,147 more words

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