Monthly Archives: September, 2009

Bless the Lord, oh my soul, and all that is within me…

Good morning.  I did not post yesterday so I will talk about two days of Bible study.  But, I have a meeting at church at 10:15 so I will post later in the day.  Stay tuned… Advertisements

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He who is blameless

Prov. 28:1 begins by says the wicked man flees though no one pursues.  What a terrible existence, to always be looking over one’s shoulder.  There is a term in psychology called transference.  Simply put, it means the patient transfers or projects his feelings upon those around him.  So, in this instance, because a man is …

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Justice

Each day I try to read a chapter from Proverbs.  Proverbs is such a practical book for one who is practicing the Christian faith, and it is filled with such wisdom, that I never tire of reaping the benefits of the nuggets of truth found therein. Today being September 26, I read Proverbs 26 and …

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It’s Friday, but Sunday is coming

It’s Friday but Sunday’s Coming By Carol Grace It is in the darkest of the midnight that we truly need the light, something that we can use to find our way, to lead us forward into a day where we are free of trouble, free of woes, after we are dealt yet another of life’s …

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Ps 118 Today is the day the Lord has made; rejoice in it and be glad.

Hi all, I am starting a new blog today to chronicle my ongoing journey toward holiness.  In Lev 19:2 God told Israel that just as He is holy, He expects His children to be holy.  Now, for those of you who, like me, are clearly aware of their imperfections, a call to holiness may seem …

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Hello fellow Christians,

In this age of uncertainty, few things remain stable and never-changing.  One thing is certain–God has given us a model which we are to follow, and that model is Jesus Christ, who said we have two laws that supersede all other laws.  We are to love God and to love our neighbors as ourselves.  As …

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