Category Archives: Christian values

Some shades ain’t cool! (Cause they conceal conscience.)

My Shades Of Gray Paraphrase! –Take the shades of gray off of your heart and your conscience and let the light of God shine in and direct your life, before you miss the boat! (My paraphrase of Jesus’ words: “The time … Continue reading

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Why I Want To Quench The Spirit

I want to quench the Spirit (even though the Bible says “quench not the Spirit“) because: 1)  The Spirit tells me to do inconvenient things that I don’t want to do and/or that are out of my comfort zone.  (For … Continue reading

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From Independence Day to Dependence Day

Most people around the world know that the 4th of July is American Independence Day — when we relish the thought of being free from reliance on others.  However, perhaps we need to get beyond July 4th and acknowledge July … Continue reading

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Holy Week or Wholly Weak?

When you feel wholly weak; That puts Holy Week in a different light! — Christ died and rose for me, as weak and as fallen as I am, to live in the midst of my broken heart, with His glorious … Continue reading

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Setting The Clock Back To Pentecost

We set our clocks back one hour last night. However, let’s don’t just turn the clock back one hour . . . Let’s go all out (whole hog) And turn it back about 1,975 years To another Pentecost — A … Continue reading

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The church is the body of the broken; the face of the forgotten; and the house of the humble.

The church is the body of the broken; the face of the forgotten; and the house of the humble.

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Where Did Information Come From?

We are surrounded by information.  (Some people say that we are in an information explosion, but even uneducated tribal people are living in a world awash in information.) Every inanimate thing (although it might look as simple as a rock) … Continue reading

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