Lille

My last article saw me start to gently push my boat from British soil. I was to start my intriguing paid internship in Lille, France.

O give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; for his love has no end (Psalm 106)

R.) O give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; for his love has no end.

Let them say this, the Lord’s redeemed, whom he redeemed from the hand of the foe and gathered from far-off lands, from east and west, north and south. (R.)

Some wandered in the desert, in the wilderness 

finding no way to a city they could dwell in. Hungry they were and thirsty; their soul was fainting within them. (R.)

Disingenuous Liberals: Double Standards With Islamic Terrorism

Two double standard I want to note.

I evangelize weekly on college campuses.  There’s been more than once where I had a conversation with a “Disingenuous Liberal” usually after a long conversation that makes the following assertion during different moments of the conversations:

Union with God: Means and Signs

Father Geiermann continues his discussion of the human person’s union with God. He elaborates upon two means to union and then mentions some signs of that union.

Defending the Necessity of Christ

The doctrine of hell is admittedly an uncomfortable one. Orthodox Christianity teaches that adherents to opposing worldviews will spend eternity in conscious torment, a very controversial position in our current pluralistic society of tolerance. Many have rejected the doctrine of hell outright, saying that all people of all faith traditions will ultimately be saved. One such person is Rob Bell, formerly of Mars Hill Church.

Prayer is needed...

18 And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind

he delights in you.

To know that we are not only loved by our Father, but that He delights in us, defeats the orphan spirit from every angle. 

Quirky Dorset 20 - This Way Up!

– – – Exploring The Countryside and Lanes of Dorset – – –

So, today we reach the last part of this week’s ‘Quirky Dorset’ set, and entry number 20 in the overall series :) ! And this is another of those quirky, odd things which you often find in churches. This is The Upside Down Font :) !

The Upside Down Font

mini gods

For the past year and a half, I’ve met with four guys at church to share about our walk with God and pray for each other.  We’ve been going through our church’s discipleship curriculum (life patterns of believing and following God’s teaching).  Our last discussion was about power, why we seek it, and why we use it for selfish ends instead of for serving others.

Make hay on the day of small things

It used to be a practice in some parts of Lewis, when you were constructing the haystack, to place a pat of butter inside the centre of it. Then, partway through the winter, when household stocks began, inevitably, to dwindle, it would emerge from the diminishing goc as a welcome addition to the table.

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