Tag Archives: evil

Awakening to mental health

Awakened with thoughts about mental health: Last night I posted this question on Facebook: “How much evil, craziness, and demonic activity will 21st Century America have to experience before we realize that we desperately need the help of the living … Continue reading

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The root of evils (What can stop mass shootings?)

The further a society gets away from the acknowledgement of God and His standards the deeper it dives into depression, desolation, and destruction. The human heart is like a faucet. If we don’t let the living God run through our … Continue reading

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Has human trafficking ever been honorable?

If human trafficking is cruel and evil in 2015, how can we call it honorable in 1776?

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Caught in the crossfire of Christ’s love and forgiveness

A victim of the hatred and evil of Roman, state-sponsored terrorism, Jesus Christ was tortured, nailed to a cross, and hung up to die. Dangling between life and death, He spoke crosswords that released God’s love and fire: “Father, forgive … Continue reading

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I believe in being naive!

What’s your threshold of naivety? –I believe in being naive about some things. To choose to be naive about certain things can relieve anxiety, stress, and deception and help you achieve inner peace and contentment, by closing the door of … Continue reading

Posted in choice of lifestyle, church, condemnation, contentment, denial, Genesis 2, hope, original innocence, power of choice, psychology, quilt, Romans 8:1, the power of, tree of the knowledge of good and evil | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Good & Evil Personalities Battle For The Human Heart & Brain

Everyday we see good and evil all around us. And if we are honest we see both good and evil inside our own hearts. Some people say that good and evil are nothing but human judgments — names that we … Continue reading

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The Best People R Bad — My Bad!

Even all the best people are bad people. My bad! I’m a bad person and so are you. Here are some quotes that show why: “You say, ‘I am rich; I have acquired wealth and do not need a thing.’ … Continue reading

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