Modern Eternity

19 Apr 19
Ezekiel's Ohm

✾ Money If you love money, then you hate the Lord God. If you hate money, then you love the Lord God. There is no in between. And all real Christians hate money because of one main reason, it is controlled by this world and not their Master. You can’t serve two Masters and love […]

19 Apr 19
Who Ate Bob Dole's Peanut Butter

Last week I shared a long (sorry) and probably confusing and boring blog post on why I believe in God and Christ as His presence here on Earth. As I said, I’m a “head” Christian more than a “heart” Christian. And some Christians I know look down on that.  I don’t care. To be a […]

19 Apr 19
Sereadipity

Hello bookdragons! Thank you so, so much to Alex @ Whimsy Pages for nominating me for the Liebster Award. Go check her blog out! It’s great! I’ve never done this award before and I’m super excited to answer the questions as I love doing these types of tags. The Rules: (1) Acknowledge the blog who […]

19 Apr 19
"Sweet" is Not My Default

From the sixth hour (noon) until the ninth hour (3:00 PM), darkness came over all the land.  Matthew 27:45 I am always shocked and grieved when I watch the movie The Passion of the Christ and try to fathom the physical suffering that my Lord endured that day for me. The whipping, the beatings, the […]

19 Apr 19
Variety

Ennui has become exhaustion in playwright Cordelia Lynn’s new version of “Three Sisters.” The word recurs and recurs. Everyone on the Prozorov estate is worn out; too “overworked” to do anything but sit around idle. Are they killing time or is time killing them? Either way,[pmc_film_review_snippet] a play often framed as a study of boredom […]

19 Apr 19
Anthony M Cottrell

Last fall our beloved cat died. I know for some this is not a big deal. A lot of people don’t even like cats. But, if you have pets you understand. Our pets are part of our family. Octavius was a beautiful cat. He looked part Maine Coon and had a gorgeous coat—he looked like […]

19 Apr 19
The Cinemaholic

Wizard101 is one of the oldest MMORPGs set in a fictional galaxy. You get to play as a student from the Ravenwood School of Magical Arts and learn to fend off the dark threats. The magical setting reminds us of Harry Potter, and we can’t get enough of the game. If you love Wizard101 and […]

19 Apr 19
Jesus to Mankind

Sexual Immorality will lead you to Hell Tuesday, April 19th, 2011 @ 23:50 My daughter, as the world divides into different divisions – those who live simple and orderly lives, some in wealth and peace, those who are afflicted through poverty and illness or who are victims of war, and those in power – all […]

19 Apr 19
Omar Abu Omar

Some races leave you dejected and send you back to the drawing board, and other races are there to be destroyed. Tokyo was a bit of both. In a similar theme to the previous marathon (The one in Chicago in October 2018), there are pros and cons, there are ‘silver linings’ and ‘what ifs’. I […]

19 Apr 19
Eléna Pougin

According to the Oxford Dictionary, capitalism is “an economic and political system in which a country’s trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.” Often criticized by intellectuals, and especially by Marx, because accused of being immoral, this system is nowadays commonly used throughout the World. What is often questioned […]

19 Apr 19
Sigyn's Smut

                  M     I slipped quietly onto the ship the Asgardians had landed in under the cover of night. I knew he would be above decks for a while, so I found a dark corner of their cargo bay and crept behind 3 large metal crates. I was hoping to stay hidden until we reached Asgard, my […]

19 Apr 19
GamesAdda

The Witcher Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt – GOTY edition comes with all the previously released DLCs. These change various aspects of the game and add new mechanics, such as New Game Plus and new game content – armor and weapons sets, hair and beard sets, new quests and finisher animations. About Witcher III game […]

19 Apr 19
Twentieth Century Gamer

Space bikini is best bikini! Sometimes I think I was made to chronicle the arcane oddities time forgot. When my task is to focus on one of the the all-time capital G Greats, I always seem to come down with a vicious amalgamation of stage fright and writer’s block. This is never more true than […]

19 Apr 19
BiblioMarket

Summer Brennan | Longreads | Month 2019 | 11 minutes (2,685 words)   As flames erupted from the roof of Notre Dame cathedral, snapping their bright orange tongues against the blue of a darkening springtime sky, people the world over felt the scorch of its destruction lick the walls of our internal picture galleries. We […]

19 Apr 19
News Bakerrs

Summer Brennan | Longreads | Month 2019 | 11 minutes (2,685 words)   As flames erupted from the roof of Notre Dame cathedral, snapping their bright orange tongues against the blue of a darkening springtime sky, people the world over felt the scorch of its destruction lick the walls of our internal picture galleries. We […]