Category Archives: The Last Days

Though The World Grow Dark, You Will SHINE As Promised

… and a mighty God listening and acting on your behalf.
Receive your blessing and your reward. Because “If you were of the world, the world would love it’s own”. And boy do they ever love their own. but truly I tell you they already have their reward Continue reading

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Don’t Take it Personally (They don’t hate you. They hate Christ, in you)

The narrow gate is a road of suffering. It is also a faithful promise of great reward. The fact that we are not wanted here, in this world, to us should be living evidence that we belong to a different … Continue reading

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Define Success.

I think success depends on who you are. Literally. What defines you? What is it that you or I believe gives us significance? I mean, I could be a successful business woman, but if the business went under I would … Continue reading

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Approaching the Fire

In this dark winter of my heart In this strange season I am kept apart In this great nation where I live the snow piles up like our sins We shake our fist at the ice; will we scream in the flame? … Continue reading

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When the Fall Comes, The Apples are on the Trees.

Last week, my 7 year old son brought home some artwork from his 2nd grade class. Very simply, it was his drawing he colored, of a tree with lots of apples in it. Above his artwork was the sentence “In … Continue reading

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A Radical Thoery

When something wakes me up before 7 a.m. on a Sunday morning I am inclined to pay attention. It wasn’t so much a dream in the usual sense. To describe it best it was more like the narrative of a … Continue reading

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Relics: War Hero for a Day’s Wages

At night i ponder those questions -in my soon-escaping sleep And real-er than my waking are my dreams That the truth stands alone and unspoken, But seldom is counted the cost That somewhere we’ve become broken Unsung lies the question, … Continue reading

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No Time; The New Medieval

  there is no time for nature there is no time for help there is no time for saviors time belongs to someone else there is no time for begging there simply is no time there is no time…it’s all … Continue reading

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Wickedness Will Abound, Love Grows Cold

“A 2011 Grand Jury report found that Gosnell “regularly and illegally delivered live, viable babies in the third trimester of pregnancy — and then murdered these newborns by severing their spinal cords with scissors.” I have been avoiding reading up … Continue reading

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Dear USA

Dear USA, “Great is the enemy that has risen from within your own borders.” Could it be true? Is the symbol atop the spire mounted on the One World “Freedom” Tower identical to those on Muslim mosques? Does anyone remember … Continue reading

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