Prayer Against Republic’s Enemies, Ps 109 Revised

Prayer Against Republic’s Enemies, Psalm 109, parody and adaption from KJV Hold not thy peace, O God of our praise; For the mouth of the wicked and the mouth of the deceitful are opened against our president and the republic: they have spoken against them with a lying tongue. They compassed them about also with words of hatred; and fought …

The Plank that Kills my Spirit

The plank that kills my spirit is pride. Pride blinds me Spiritually. If unchecked and unconfessed, it will kill my relationship with God. Oswald Chambers on Pride “It is astounding how ignorant we are about ourselves! We don’t even recognize the envy, laziness, or pride within us when we see it. But Jesus will reveal to us everything we have …

Pride

Pride the inner enemy. Pride the real enemy. If I haven’t come to see this, I will if I continue in my walk with Christ. With him only can I defeat this enemy. Pride: Some thoughts and posted Tweets: Pride unchecked, unrepentant, & unconfessed, ultimately leads to insanity. Interpreting history with eyes of the present fuels pride, denies the fallen …

Blog’s Purpose? For what and why?

Originally I started this blog to make it an ongoing way to connect with the readers of the book: Food in God’s Place. That was my original blog’s purpose. As I like to write about more topics, the scope of my blog’s purpose changed. Outside of a few specific posts, the posts on the Study of Matthew received the most …

Invisible Church? Where else can I find unity?

The church fathers listed the invisible church a key tenet of the Nicene Creed, an essential Christian belief. The Nicene Creed lists it as “I believe in one holy Catholic and Apostolic church.” Catholic means universal. Apostolic means continuing from the teaching of the apostles, the church which composes the body of Christ. Invisible Church? Where else can I hope …

Judging George Zimmerman

Judging George Zimmerman has been a national pastime for several months. Yesterday’s post relates to this discussion of judging George Zimmerman. Many love judging people in the lime light and press. Judging George Zimmerman remains the norm. I confess that I must remain vigilant myself each day, identifying, rooting out, and confessing judgmental thoughts. This ugly national pastime of judging George Zimmerman …

How to be Happy as a Materialist

To be happy as a materialist is possible. Dave Peard once said to me that money couldn’t buy happiness, but you could buy a Porsche and drive up real close to it. I’ve given it some thought, and I think I’ve figured out how you can be happy as a materialist. First, carefully guard your base of friends and make …

Twitter Followers

Twitter Followers if reading this, I probably invited you to do so. Thank you for your favs and retweets. Please follow each other from the tweeted invite. I appreciate the encouragement and dialogue. I wanted to share with you some of the things I’ve learned about Twitter since I started using it this past March. Do I view Twitter Followers as …