Faith

27 Jun 19
Aria-Bella Rises

Be brave as you face the wilderness   You can and have faced anything, as long as you do it bravely, with faith in your heart that no matter what, things will turn out okay eventually.   If you turn a brave face to whatever you are facing – you are powerfully telling it, that […]

27 Jun 19
lancewrites: Reviews by Lance Lumley

I do not watch the Dr. Phil Show very often, in fact I may see two episodes in three months if that often. On top of that, I have never been a major fan of books in the self-help departments, for many reasons: one is that the people that write these books assume all things […]

27 Jun 19
Evangelization Apostolate of God's Divine Love and Mercy

Please feel free to post your prayer request for today as a comment to this post. Your needs and intentions will be included in our daily offerings throughout the day and at the 3 o’clock hour for Divine Mercy, and your requests will be personally offered to our Heavenly Father, having faith in the words […]

27 Jun 19
Joseph Vontell Speaks.

Trusting In the Lord- (Genesis 1:1) Why is it so hard to trust our Lord and Savior for everything in our life? Maybe it’s because we forget who God is. In this verse we see that He is the Creator of all things. So why not trust Him in everything when He has created all […]

27 Jun 19
Evangelization Apostolate of God's Divine Love and Mercy

Wednesday of the Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time, June 26 In the Midst of the Spiritual Battle in Which We Find Ourselves Today, May We Truly Make God’s Truth a Fundamental Part of Our Everyday Life. In the times in which we live today, many people of faith recognize that we are in the midst […]

27 Jun 19
Evangelization Apostolate of God's Divine Love and Mercy

SAINT JOSEMARÍA ESCRIVÁ DE BALAGUER (1902-1975), priest and founder An estimated 300,000 people filled Saint Peter’s Square on October 6, 2002, for the canonization of Blessed Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, the founder of Opus Dei. His canonization came only 27 years after his death, one of the shortest waiting periods in Church history. And it […]

27 Jun 19
human.

So, I have been a full-time working adult for a month now.  Wow, time flies.  I knew I wanted to write about being a fresh graduate and working, but I also know that everyone’s experience and expectations will be very different. So this is more like things I have personally learnt, and perhaps can shed […]

27 Jun 19
Delivering God's Glory

There are a few extra books that were taken out of, or not included in, the Bible. Or simply put just never been found or waiting to be discovered. God raised up men to test and study these books and found more truth in it lead by the Holy Spirit. This generation is raised up […]

27 Jun 19
Walking through Psalms

Lord God, I ask that You would help me to know Your will, for how I fit in here, because You know more than anyone how different I am. I’m not Christian enough for some, and too Christian for others. I know God that I’m way too liberal for many. Heck I don’t even use […]

27 Jun 19
Filled With Justice

Disability discrimination exists in many areas of life, but it is most dangerous when it enters the life of a believer. There it has the power to infect churches and christian ministries and workplaces. It becomes a form of spiritual abuse that tells people that they’re less deserving of the gospel, because they’re not like […]

27 Jun 19
State of Globe

Eric Zuesse, originally posted at The Saker On June 26th, U.S. President Donald Trump told Fox Business News that, as the Washington Post immediately headlined it, “War with Iran Would Not Involve Ground Troops and Would Not Last Long”. He said: “I’m not talking boots on the ground. … I’m just saying if something would […]