Tag Archives: Christian

Shame on Apple

Apple’s latest update in their iPhone software is causing a stir. They’ve deleted Good Friday and Easter from the iCalendar. This upsets me greatly. I use Apple Products for I feel they have greater use of technology. This is shameful … Continue reading

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Return to the Gospel

Remember Man thou art dust and unto dust he shall return. Repent and return to the Good News of the Gospel! I invite you to an adventure of a Solemn and Holy Lent Almighty and everlasting God, you hate nothing … Continue reading

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Bible Challenge

My Dear Friends, I’m constantly asked which version (translation) of the Bible do I recommend, I’m now answering with this challenge. I hereby challenge you to Read the Bible in each of the Word for Word Translations (Amplified, ESV, KJV, … Continue reading

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Advent Reminder

As we approach the end of Advent I wanted to check in and see what you remember of this time. The Advent Season and then The Christmastide season are about preparation for the coming of the Christ and then celebrating … Continue reading

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Killing Jesus: A History

I am bringing you my readers a great book that I feel will be an interesting read. I just finished reading Killing Jesus, a historical (not religious) look at the life of Jesus of Nazareth, our Lord and Savior. Do … Continue reading

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God is our last hope because we are God’s first love.

7th Sunday after Pentecost Year A Processional Hymn: A Reading from the Book of Genesis 28:10-19 10Meanwhile, Jacob left Beersheba and traveled toward Haran. 11At sundown he arrived at a good place to set up camp and stopped there for … Continue reading

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Remember Thou Art…

                Today we begin our 40-day journey of Lent, so with a heart of penance we pray: Almighty and everlasting God, you hate nothing you have made and forgive the sins of all … Continue reading

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The First Stone

Leviticus 20:7,10 (New Living Translation): So set yourselves apart to be holy, for I am the Lord your God. “If a man commits adultery with his neighbor’s wife, both the man and the woman who have committed adultery must be … Continue reading

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Epiphany Sunday

V. Glorious dost thou appear in the sight of the Lord. R. Therefore the Lord hath clothed thee with honor. V. Let us pray. O God the Son, highest and holiest, who didst humble thyself to share our birth and … Continue reading

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Advent 1

First Sunday of Advent. Rt. Rev. Edward L. Tatro, Jr. Prepare Ye The Way of The Lord! Veni, Veni Emmanuel! A voice of one crying in the desert: Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make straight his paths. Mark … Continue reading

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Abortion…

If you are woman enough to spread your legs and not use protection you are woman enough to carry a child and raise it. Same goes to men, not ready for kids, slap a condom on. Or for both just … Continue reading

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