Monthly Archives: December 2012

Confused about being Forgiven

I thought that when I accepted Jesus Christ as my saviour, my sins were and will be forgiven. But then I read 14 “For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. 15 But if you … Continue reading

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Bone to Pick with Dr. Charles Stanley

I read Dr. Charles F. Stanley’s In Touch magazine six out of seven days. The writings in his publication nourish, teach, calm, and enlighten me. The words and ideas satisfy my soul the way no other words and ideas ever … Continue reading

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Who’d a thunk it?

Thinking usually entails a conscious effort on my part. An effort to remember, plan, analyze, evaluate, organize and so forth. Sometimes, thoughts pop into my head with no effort on my part. Those thoughts come from the spirit world which … Continue reading

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Grieving father’s poem

Your laws ignore our deepest needs Your words are empty air. You’ve stripped away our heritage. You’ve outlawed simple prayer. Now gunshots fill our classrooms. And precious children die. You seek for answers everywhere. And ask the question “WHY”? You … Continue reading

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Are You Creative?

I’m working on a colored pencil rendering of beets. As I add layers of color (and get excited with the results) I think about the countless times I’ve heard someone sigh and say, “Oh, I’m not creative.” Sometimes I ignore … Continue reading

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Should “Snob” Quit? ‘Two and a Half Men’ star tells Christians to pass on his show Posted on November 27, 2012 by John Hilton I think we’ve all met those kids. You know the ones I’m talking about — kids who have … Continue reading

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