Category Archives: language

Don’t Settle For Glee When You Can Have Worglee!

Don’t settle for Glee on TV, when you can have worglee in your daily life.  Worglee is anticipating and expecting good things to happen to you and to the people you love.  It’s the opposite of worry.  Although the process … Continue reading

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Have we been emotionally screwed by living in a culture that constantly promotes the rude, the crude, and the lewd?

Have we been emotionally screwed By living in a culture That constantly promotes The rude, the crude, and the lewd? “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever … Continue reading

Posted in alternative lifestyle, contemporary, conviction of sin, corrupt culture, cravings, criticism, cultural taboos, current condition, current events, deception, denial, disapproval, exploitation, guilt, indecency, language, lifestyles, marketing, mature language, moral failures, moral principles, morality, myths, protest, reason, rebellion, seduction, seduction of self-destruction, self-destruction, self-focus, self-will, selfish desires, sin, social media, societal, society, temptation, vulgarity | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

Case Study — A White Homosexual, A Black Woman, An African Muslim, & A White Mistress

I was asked to write a diversity case study for a course I am taking.  Here it is: Sue, a black female, owns a company with 30 employees and hires Betty, a white female who has been the 2 year … Continue reading

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Good Sermon Or Burning Words?

When people hear a sermon they often go up to the preacher and say:  “Good message,” or “Good sermon.”  However when the early disciples heard the word, they said:  “Didn’t his words burn in our hearts!” When Peter preached on … Continue reading

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Many Voices Are Stalking You, Seducing You . . .

Life has given us free will, the ability and freedom to make choices (its pro choice).  Yet many voices are after you, stalking you, seducing you, competing for your choices. *  The loud voice of desire boldly booms the proclamation:  … Continue reading

Posted in Acts 5:29, boundaries, casual sex, children of God, Christianity, conscience, fear, free will, freedom, God, habit, hearing God, Holy Spirit, language, life, lifestyles, mind, modern myths, motivation, phobic, popular culture, religion, Romans 8:14, self-help, spiritual formation, spiritual growth, spiritual skills, thinking, thoughts, tradition, Uncategorized, values, voice activated, voice of God, voices, Western religion, words | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

My Day In Bethlehem (Not Pennsylvania)

I could see the ancient, small town of Bethlehem in the distance as I approached the Shepherds Grotto, a small cave where shepherds have sheltered themselves for too many centuries to count.   It was in these fields that something happened … Continue reading

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Merry Messiahmas?

Merry Messiahmas? Christmas is named for Jesus Christ.  Jesus is His name.  Christ is a Greek translation of the Hebrew title, Messiah, which means Anointed One.  The folks who first translated the New Testament into English used the Greek term, … Continue reading

Posted in Christ, Christian history, Christianity, Christmas, Christmas carols, Christmas Eve, English, Greek, Hebrew, Jesus, Jesus Christ, language, Messiah, mystery | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments