Weary

By Aaron Griffith It’s been hours since I last thought of time. I have become lost here, somewhere between night and day. Here in this place, surrounded by my thoughts, within a realm void of time, lost to the world, I find solice. The silence, pristine and beautiful, is tainted only by the sounds of [...]

Some Thoughts on Real Love

Some Thoughts on Real Love By Marijo Phelps 1 Corinthians 13:4-15 (New King James Version) 4 Love suffers long and is kind; love does not envy; love does not parade itself, is not puffed up; 5 does not behave rudely, does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil; 6 does not rejoice [...]

Scientific details declared long before being discovered by scientist

Scientific details declared long before being discovered by scientist By Robert Kiser The Bible unlike any other writing is unique in the fact that is surpasses mankind’s abilities. The prophecies in the Bible that have already been fulfilled are what most point to for the Bible actually being the word of God. No man has [...]

FEAR Looming Like a Horrible Storm on Your Horizon There Is Help

FEAR Looming Like a Horrible Storm on Your Horizon There Is Help By Marijo Phelps What if I have an accident on the wintry roads? What if I lose my job? What if my husband gets laid off? What if the kids get a horrible disease? What if someone is breaking into the house tonight? [...]

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 [...]

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