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Saturday, 4/23/2016: Awe-Inspired

I leave for Spain in 27 days. Lately I’ve been feeling such a mixture of things regarding the trip; excitement, anxiety, fear, more excitement. I’m beyond excited to leave the country and experience another part of the world. 837 more words

Onions Have Layers, Ogres Have Layers

I love movies!  One of my mentors would say, “It would probably be a sin to know how many I own,” so I won’t give a number.   1,000 more words

On The Weight Of Glory - Part 2

Last time I left off, C.S. Lewis was saying that mankind, in general, was far too easily pleased, with misplaced and essentially weak desires. You can read the first part… 554 more words

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On The Weight Of Glory - Part I

While I’ve never read this book in its entirety, I’ve read the Weight of Glory chapter in Weight of Glory and it is quite possibly one of my favorite chapters of any book I’ve ever read. 730 more words

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Old Tales

“As organs of the Body of Christ, we are assured our eternal self-identity and shall live to remember the galaxies as an old tale.”

– C.S. 717 more words

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Have You Seen It?

This Wednesday morning, in our Men’s Study, we talked about the glory of God, and how seeing that all of what Jesus did, all of our salvation, and all of creation is pointing at God’s glory changes us. 792 more words

Preparing For Worship

Autumn {or the weight of glory in a thousand scattered beams}

Arms on the windowsill. Night sounds being funneled through the screen like cream through a cheesecloth. A full moon that looks more like an almost-ripe pumpkin than the golden orb it actually is. 351 more words

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