“As for me and my house, we sill serve the LORD.” — (Josh. 24:15) Unlike so many religious people in our society, I am honestly not afraid of anything that challenges my faith. Such challenges will do one of two things: … Continue reading
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A friend sent me a piece about the human mind that is well worth sharing. As is his custom, Fred selected this from among the undervalued archives of 19th-century letters.
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“Courage is fear that has said its prayers.” –Dorothy Bernard As far as I have been able to discern, there are two main reasons to pray: 1) To enjoy intimacy with God by communicating with Him, and 2) … Continue reading
“Shall the Adversary thus obtain his end, and frustrate thine? Shall he fulfil his malice, and thy goodness bring to naught?” –John Milton, Paradise Lost I was pondering the existence of good and evil recently. Whether it’s because I’ve been battling … Continue reading