Sin, Sinners & Christ’s Forgiveness

Who follows Scripture perfectly? Answer: Nobody. Who never sins? Answer: Only liars. “Everyone sins“, St. Paul said (Romans 3:23), and he called himself the worst sinner who ever lived (1 Timothy 1:15). Why? Because he persecuted Christians and conspired to have them killed. If the Greatest Apostle could also be the “worst sinner”, I think …

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Hope: His Omnipotent Power Endures

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Hope: His Omnipotent Power Endures “Hope is a dangerous thing. Hope can drive a man insane.” ~Red from The Shawshank Redemption Forced mask and vax mandates, centralization of digital currencies, sexualization and grooming of children, wars and rumors of wars, train derailments, food processing plant fires, selling our national sovereignty to the World Health and other …

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The Flight to Agape; The Final Installment of Floor 1776

The Flight to Agape; The Final Installment of Floor 1776[1] You often hear the phrase “Love is Love,” and it is a little strange to me since my name is Love. It is hard to live up to a name like that, but it is the one I was given. You also recently learned about my …

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Why many Christians are failing in their Christian Faith, by Freeland_Dave

Why many Christians are failing in their Christian Faith. by Freeland_Dave,  Simple stat. 200 different Christian Denominations on the US alone and 45,000 worldwide. No unity in the Scriptures and most all of them hold the mistaken belief that if you don’t follow the dogma of their denomination that you are pre-consigned, by them of …

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Healing and Renewal; Faith, Courage, and Hope in the Cadet Prayer

“[The words duty, honor, country] are your rallying points: to build courage when courage seems to fail; to regain faith when there seems to be little cause for faith; to create hope when hope becomes forlorn.”

General Douglas MacArthur, address to the Corps of Cadets on receiving the Thayer Award, 1962

O Happy Day!

  When we were growing up, my brother and I never got Easter baskets. Easter meant going to church and getting new Easter clothes. Our parents (actually, we just blame Mom–sorry, Mom) wanted to instill in us that Easter was not about rabbits or chocolate eggs, but rather about the resurrection of Jesus. We understood …

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What’s Your New Normal?

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We’ve all experienced disappointment, sadness, and grief. Maybe a good friend let you down or moved away. Perhaps your pet disappeared. Or your spouse or significant other fell out of love with you. Maybe your church is changing. The last two years have been brutal in taking things away from us. We lost the ability …

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