Month: January 2016

Turn Around

Do you have that innate ability to look in the natural and see what seems to be beyond repair? Whatever “it” may be, it’s neglected and/or left for dead, and in that view, you don’t see the ruins? You see the rising of a…

Self-Diagnosis

The idea of self-diagnosing is not necessarily a new one and I’m quite fond of doing this, especially when it comes to the condition of my eyes. There is an “admission” of aging that is associated with heading to the optometrist to get my…

BE-Attitudes (3 of 3)

In Matthew 23, we find that the last public sermon Jesus preached was not a message regarding salvation and invitation. By contrast, He spoke of condemnation and denunciation against the religious hierarchy of the day. Jesus didn’t hold back, calling the Pharisees names like…

BE-Attitudes (2 of 3)

BE-Attitudes In Matthew 23, we find that the last public sermon Jesus preached was not a message regarding salvation and invitation. By contrast, He spoke of condemnation and denunciation against the religious hierarchy of the day. Jesus didn’t hold back, calling the Pharisees names…

BE-ATTITUDES (1 of 3)

In Matthew 23, we find that the last public sermon Jesus preached was not a message regarding salvation and invitation. By contrast, He spoke of condemnation and denunciation against the religious hierarchy of the day. Jesus didn’t hold back, calling the Pharisees names like…

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