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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Little America Has a Big Heart

Last night, my spouse called out to me to come upstairs from my basement lair and watch TV with her. Normally, that is a request I might normally have dodged, but since Marquette and Baylor had just destroyed my bracket, I decided to go see what cooking show, HGTV special, or “Housewives” episode had caught …

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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 Sentinel


The Sentinel There exists a chamber in the garret where all the secrets dwell, slumbering beneath the dusty shrouds meant to conceal them for eternity. The passage, a narrow one, remains barricaded, padlocked and bolted, defended with the strength and stamina, the fervor and fortitude, the power and potency, the brawn and bravado of a …

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Sam, By Sean Dietrich

He is older. I see him standing outside the supermarket. Scruffy beard. Pitiful shoes. He smells like a substance plentiful to barnyards and sheep pens. His clothes are threadbare. He is asking for food. Not money. Not handouts. Just something to eat. He holds no cardboard signs. He’s not bothering anyone. His name is Sam. …

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