Monthly Archives: November 2012

Writing A Book? I Think So.

I’m contemplating the idea of writing a book. I once started writing a book but stopped about halfway through. The reason? It was simply something that I was writing for my own understanding that didn’t need to be shared at … Continue reading

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The Conversion, Transformation, And Confession Of God

Have you ever noticed that God in the Old Testament seemed to be angry a lot? He didn’t just seem angry, He appeared to be trigger-happy. Now, He seems more graceful. Did something happen? Let’s examine the evidence: 1. God … Continue reading

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Wealth Covers A Multitude Of Bankruptcy

Here is the beginning of my friend Elmo’s blog entry: “De Tocqueville’s Great American Experiment is failing, crumbling under the burden of its own godlessness. Wealth is a beguiler and chokes out the seed of truth (Mark 4:19 AMP). It … Continue reading

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