Category Archives: Spiritual maturity

Forgiveness

Here’s a story that should be familiar to most Christians: Jesus annointed by a sinful woman “Now one of the Pharisees invited Jesus to have dinner with him, so he went to the Pharisee’s house and reclined at the table. When … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday

I started this post on Wednesday but it took a few days for my thoughts to gel… I grew up Roman Catholic and attended their schools for 10 years.  That means that on this day every year from childhood well into adulthood … Continue reading

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Crazy, Crazy Love

Long time, no write, eh?  Actually, I have been writing, it’s just been over on my other blog.  I’ve been writing about my daily life and gratitude.  It is important to be grateful to God in our lives, after all, it … Continue reading

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The Attributes of God – The Ugly Ones…

I mentioned once before, months ago really, that I was reading a book called, “A Great and Terrible Love, A Spiritual Journey into the Attributes of God” by Mark Galli.  The author discusses all the familiar attributes: God’s eternality, His … Continue reading

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James 1:2 – 4

One of the most difficult questions asked by believers and non-believers both is, “Why did God allow this to happen?”  Or the same question in one of its many variations: “Why does He allow pain and tragedy in our lives?”  “Why do … Continue reading

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