Tag Archives: Wisdom

God with me: Christ with me: God with me

  God with me lying down God with me rising up God with me in each ray of light Nor I a ray of joy without him. Christ with me sleeping Christ with me waking Christ with me watching Every … Continue reading

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Unified by Love Not Doctrine

It is no wonder Christ emphasized the need for love not doctrine to hold the body of Christ together. He knew that we were not all meant to think alike or look alike. A variety of doctrines are not only acceptable to … Continue reading

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Columba’s Prayer – Helping Me Through Lent

Sometimes in a lowly cell in the presence of my God I stand and listen. From our friends at Godspace:  Columba’s Prayer – Helping Me Through Lent.

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Happy St Patrick’s Day

March 17th is St Patrick’s Day and while many here in the US think only of Hallmark cards over corned beef and cabbage, some are aware that this is a day to remember one who helped to spread the gospel … Continue reading

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In the Beginning…made in the Image of God

Today I have fewer questions for my friends about their salvation and need for redemption and more about who they are and what their hopes and fears for the future are. From my perspective some are further from God today … Continue reading

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Let’s Get Medieval: What the Future Church Can Learn from the Middle Ages

There are surely some things to be thankful for when one considers that we no longer live in the Middle Ages. Yet there is much that the Church might be able to glean by looking at the nature of medieval … Continue reading

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About those Shepherds—

From “The Life and Times of Jesus the Masiah”, Alfred Edersheim Book II chapter 6 line 20-23states: A passage in the Mishnah20 leads to the conclusion, that the flocks, which pastured there, were destined for Temple-sacrifices,21 and, accordingly, that the … Continue reading

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