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Kingdom of God Has Come

When Jesus is seen discussing the Kingdom of God in the Gospels, too often we as readers turn our attention to the coming Kingdom of God. 309 more words

Doctoral Projects

Opening the Door to Psalm 119; Part 6


“I am laid low in the dust,” begins the psalmist in ‘Daleth’, the fourth segment of Psalm 119. What a start. There’s nothing proud or glorious here. 719 more words

Virtue of the Week - Compassion

  Compassion as a virtue means to suffer together with, and have the understanding for the suffering or misfortunes of others. Also accompanied by the desire to help them.


Making an Impact.

In this world that we live in, many people live their lives to tell the stories of others but some live and become the stories to be told. 229 more words


Feeling Virtues

A life (or world) in which feelings are ones highest virtues is a life that can only expect a world of hell, chaos and an abundance of suffering.

Know Thyself

Fourth Sunday in Lent

On the Fourth Sunday in Lent, the Eastern Church commemorates Saint John Climacus, also known as John of the Ladder, who was a seventh-century monk at the monastery on Mount Sinai. 141 more words

Orthodox Catholic Church

Whoever vows to disobey Allah must not disobey Him

`Aishah (RA), the wife of the Prophet (ﷺ), narrated that the Prophet of Allah (ﷺ) said: “Whoever vows that he will be obedient to Allah, should remain obedient to Him; and whoever made a vow that he will disobey Allah, should not disobey Him.” 49 more words