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Frustration of Thought

I often find myself frustrated, not happy and often confused. It is not because of anyone person, place or thing – in other words, nouns don’t bother me, rather it is verbs. It is the things that people say, do and think that ultimately cause my frustration, even anger, at times. We live in a… Continue reading Frustration of Thought

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Justifying Celebrity – The Pointless Exercise

Over the past 30 years or so, I can remember on many occasions attempting to justify liking a band, an author, or some other type of celebrity by attempting to show that they had Christian type ideals or beliefs. I am not alone in this – look on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, etc, and you will… Continue reading Justifying Celebrity – The Pointless Exercise

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Crime & Punishment – A Dialogue on Sin

I have been seeing a lot of people sharing articles that essentially say that certain things aren’t really sin because how can you take the Bible literally? An example is homosexuality (Leviticus 18:22) and then countering that you would not put to death a man and woman who commit adultery (Leviticus 20:10). Therefore, we cannot… Continue reading Crime & Punishment – A Dialogue on Sin

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The Day After Tomorrow

Wednesday morning Americans will wake up with a new President-Elect. Though there may be legal challenges, the truth will still remain, it will be either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as next President of the United States. People who go to work today, and who go to work tomorrow, will also still go to work… Continue reading The Day After Tomorrow