My family and I are blessed to have a home with stunning water views, on a clear day we can see a long way across the bay to cliffs. Recently a fog rolled in and I couldn’t see past the railing of my balcony, the view was completely obscured from view. If you had visited […]
via God’s Love, a word of encouragement — Keona J Tann
There once was a man named George Thomas,Priest in a small New England town.One Easter Sunday morning he came to the Church carrying a rusty, bent, old bird cage,and set it by the pulpit.Eyebrows were raised and, as if in response, Priest Thomas began to speak… “I was walking through town yesterday when I saw […]
via INSPIRING HOMILY (Anonymous) — JOVIAL
This repost is a once over lightly testimony from Rosalind Picard, who is the founder and director of the Affective Computing Research Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For some reason a lot of people seem to think that believing in God and believing in the Bible basically means that you must be in […]
via An MIT Professor Meets the Author of All Knowledge | Christianity Today — Reasoned Cases for Christ
Well said, totally agree! Thank you for putting it into words!
I write this with an extremely heavy heart, knowing that there are thousands of other sharing the same burden as I do. Yesterday afternoon, March 15th, gunmen opened fire on 2 mosques in the city of Christchurch in the South Island. 49 people died and countless left injured and traumatized. It’s too close to home. […]
via Pray for New Zealand- Christchurch Mosque Shooting — My Witness
Written by Vladimir Moss The Bible of the new, mid-nineteenth-century rationalism was Charles Darwin’s The Origin of Species, published in 1859 but written considerably earlier. The year 1859, according to M.S. Anderson, “can be seen as the beginning of a new era in intellectual life”; for it “gave birth not merely to the Origin of Species but also to Marx’s Critique […]
via THE ORIGINS OF DARWIN’S THEORY — AGIA PARASKEVI
I could not have said it better…or as well for that matter!
This is one of my favorite posts from a blogger who deals with chronic illness. I wanted to pass it on to you!
I woke up this morning with babbling brooks overflowing upon the rocks of my soul that I must write and pray unto our Lord. I sang the songs of worship that flowed from my heart knowing that this was not the flesh that I awoke to, but the presence of God fully in my […]
via Rain Of God — The Fashioned Woman