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Too many believers ‘feel’ comfortable glorifying sin or wrong doing or missing the mark, rather than glorifying righteousness. It’s seen in their social media posts or heard in their conversations or testimonies. They may for example feel validated being transparent or keeping it real, which only points to the self-absorbed flesh rather than God or […]
Let us analyze this meme quoted by thousands. This meme analogy is not designed to call out anyone or pick on them. The scripture says: “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death (i.e., back to the fallen state of man) Proverbs 14:12. The following […]
It is a grave mistake to think that love means accepting a person, sin and all, with no moral judgments about his or her behavior, especially when it’s coming from a spiritual leader. God’s Word gives us absolute standards for right and wrong behavior (2 Timothy 4:1-4). As well, He instructs us as to how […]
In the first visual picture frame, she stood looking helplessly at herself in the bureau mirror. White powered, caked on makeup masked her face. The lip stick she wore was a bright, ruby red. Large, dark black curls rest on her shoulders. Fleetingly in another visual frame, her facial hue appeared extremely pale as if […]
The activities of the day had shutdown. And the hour for my devotions was at hand. The evening was quiet for the exception of the low playing sounds of “Music Choice.” It’s a station that plays the essence of instrumental jazz. In my mind, I enjoy hearing that type of music because it tells stories […]
So tired of the pain Moving from one part of my body to another Pillow soaked with tears Doing better, I know I’m healed Ambulating, I gotta exercise Trying not to think about it Sore all over from head to toe Doing better, I know I’m healed Not again, a different medication Sick and weary […]
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