God

21 Apr 19
Where My Heart Is

I ache for the wounded who wander in circles searching for hopeful tomorrows. Souls formerly joyous now wrapped within darkness, dripping with guilt-ridden sorrows. Dear Father, they need you to peel back the layers, restoring their faith so they see each hurt that’s pulsating ’neath lies and misjudgments will heal when your touch sets it […]

21 Apr 19
Whispers on the Fringe

Happy Easter everyone! This Easter season, love, specifically God’s love for us, has been on my mind. The other day, I thought of the children’s song we have likely all heard a million times, Jesus Loves Me.  And I thought of one line in particular: “Jesus loves me, this I know.” But do we truly […]

21 Apr 19
Gary's Devotion Comments

Prayer: Thank you, Merciful and loving God for your sacrifice for me. In Jesus’ name. Amen. Easter Sunday 5 …“Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen. What would you think if you went to the cemetery and found that your loved one was no longer in […]

21 Apr 19
His Eye Is On The Sparrow

Morning has broken. Life is alive. A Resurrection message for Christians everywhere Worldwide. A thankful prayer O Lord, if You are willing, and would alight to give to me the words to write. The meaning of the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, by Almighty God and Father, is one that is well known by […]

21 Apr 19
Life is Fun, But Not a Joke

One way to show that you deserve no air time is to begin and end your testimony with “our fathers”. When the Jewish leaders investigated John the Baptist they did not like what they heard. John and Jesus were calling “last lap” and “time’s up”. Time had run out for the Jewish religious system. The […]

21 Apr 19
SS HACKERS

Kate Smith’s relatives ‘heartbroken’ after Yankees, Flyers drop her ‘God Bless America’ recording: report The family of “God Bless America” singer Kate Smith is reportedly “heartbroken” by the news that two professional sports teams recently decided to stop playing the singer’s iconic recording of the patriotic Irving Berlin song at their games. via FOX NEWS […]

21 Apr 19
ginnyent

Follow Us on Ginnyent.net By Clicking on The Button Below The Page. Most Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor, Catholic Bishop of Awka Diocese, has called on Christians to continue with the piety and life of repentance they adopted during the Lent, after Easter and beyond. Ezeokafor made the admonition in his Easter message at St Patrick’s Cathedral […]

21 Apr 19
AFROINSIDER

The Christian holiday of Easter celebrates the belief in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Interestingly, although Easter is associated with Christianity, many Easter traditions date back to pre-Christian, pagan times.With the popularity of Easter around the world all over and even celebrated as a national public holiday in countries where Christianity is a state religion, […]

21 Apr 19
Sigil Music

Spine is the third of the solo pieces of Sigil music that I composed for my friend composer and pianist Athanasia ( https://soundcloud.com/philip-rousiamanis/spine-demo ). It is a piece for piano and backing track that I have decided to arrange/recompose for wind quintet and backing track. Arrangement can be quite a tedious and mechanical task, so […]

21 Apr 19
Mohanji Absolute Truth

Foreword “Conscious Walking” is a technique gifted to us by a spiritual Master Brahmarishi Mohanji. Like all best techniques, it is very simple, yet extremely efficient. Meditative walk contributes to turning to our own self within, to detach from the outer world of alluring senses and entertainment for the mind, and to delve and penetrate […]

21 Apr 19
Dr. Terry Threadwell's Blog

As G. K. Chesterton once wrote, ‘Your religion is not the church you belong to, but the cosmos you live inside of. Once we know that the entire physical world around us, all of creation, is both the hiding place and the revelation place for God, this world becomes home, safe, enchanted, offering grace to […]

21 Apr 19
Elisha’s Blog

This was a short story I wrote back in freshman year. As I was looking back on it, I saw how much I have grown since from being fourteen to now being eighteen. (I’ll make a blog about this soon). It’s always nice to look back on old journals, diaries, or writings from the past. […]