American Religion and the American Way

American Religion and the American Way By Patrick Roberts We Americans love our religion because it allows us to pick and choose God’s goals for us. The substance of our religion is an infatuation with control, which is also the case for all lovers of religion. We suppose that we’re clever for finding new religious [...]

Praise – Our Weaponry

Praise – Our Weaponry By Pam Vernon ‘The life that counts must hopeful be, In darkest night make melody, Must wait the dawn on bended knee- This is the life that counts..’ 1 Darkest night? Melody? Could God be serious? I reached for the concordance to check this strange link – darkness and melody? Somewhere [...]

Where Do You See Yourself Today Walking or Needing Some Help

By Marijo Phelps Touching the hem of His garment Some days we vary in strength and our walk. Like walking or hiking for exercise, some days we can go 6 miles and be ready for more. There are then those days when the wind blows, its icy fingers tearing past zippered coats straight into your [...]

THE GIFT OF THE LITTLE WOODEN BOX

THE GIFT OF THE LITTLE WOODEN BOX By Bonnie Johnson Bonnie Jean Johnson 1992 Copywrite You may copy this free.. please do not sell…… copys are free.. Dedicated to my Youngest Children 5 1/2 mo. Sandi Dawn July 6, 1971 3 1/2 mo. Sugar Gabrial Jan. 4, 1981 3 1/2 mo. Nathanial Gabrial Oct. 11, [...]

Help Me Oh Lord!

By Cindie York Come quickly, Lord and answer me, for my depression deepens. Don’t turn from me or I will surely die. Show me where to walk that I may not stumble. May Your gracious Spirit lead me forward on firm footing. In Your righteousness, bring me out of this distress and shower me with [...]

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