Four new recordings of original songs, of lost love, hard times, faith, insecurity, and spiritual regeneration. Plus a touch of humor.
Kindltot: ...There is discussion that the Wedding at Cana was actually Jesus's wedding, the bride being Mary Magdalene.
free range 'sorta' conservative #500: ...Louisiana pastor, who believes natural disasters are God's way of punishing gays, sees own home flooded...
New York Times Claims "Romans" Calls For "Execution Of Gays"
Religious illiteracy among journalists is reaching crisis levels.
Thanks for another inciteful [sic] book post, pimp daddy O'Muse.
Extra-curricular studies, for appropriate audiences. (Urantia Papers) - YMMV
Parable of the Lost Son
Book of Job is a theological dialectic. Similar to the Bhagavad Gita in that the story is just a frame for allowing the characters to discuss ideas and convey doctrine.
Folks here who identify with the resentment of the loyal son, just like in the parable?
Jesus sure had a knack for nailing it.
Happy Easter back atcha, FenelonSpoke.
Just noticed my hash contains verboten phrase i-m-g, so when quoted back it comes out 7___O - never saw that one before.
FenelonSpoke: Railing at God is an expression of faith too; It's throughout the Bible. Even Jesus said "My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?
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Sticking with the King James version.
Um. Yeah, me too. Never thought Psalm 23 needed padding.
AllenG: ...Nothing I see in the Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, or the Epistles suggests that He would have attempted to influence temporal authority policy one way or the other.
To start with, Milady sends her appreciation of your research, chrissy. ♥ As ever.
Mr Wizard: Biblegateway has come a long way over the years...best bible site on the innertubes
"Read the Bible" - or if you can't manage that right off, may I suggest, at least, the Gospels?
Blessed Easter, ye bookies.
"...when you turn the last page and feel a little as if you have lost a friend."
Since it's Palm Sunday...
Vic: "There is a serious discussion floating around that we are approaching the 'end times' and he [Choomster] is the anti-Christ. There are a lot of signs and portents being made now."
FenelonSpoke: "And I think I posted this cartoon before, but I'm going to do it again because it makes me laugh:
Your Sunday Morning Supplement
Rich mummies got swathed in finery. Poor folk got wrapped in whatever recycles were lying around.
Fortunately, that included pieces of parchment.
Today’s scripture quote seems perfectly applicable for a blog:
“A person finds joy in giving an apt reply— and how good is a timely word!”
Don't mind me. I'm just sitting here rambling in the corner.
Speaking of driven by faith…
"If you are a person of faith it's helpful to memorize Scripture so that you have it on hand and in heart when things are stressful." -FenelonSpoke
Like reciting Psalms from the cross?
>> Instead of “trying to present facts, or winning arguments for a debate,” they simply talked about “the amazing life and teachings of Jesus.”
By chance (yeah, right), I happened to touch on this healing of the blind man just a few days ago.
Linked to this on my “blog heap o’links,” which I’m striving to be reviving but ain’t got much yet.