Semper Fidelis

  This morning I woke up with the words “Semper Fidelis”, and I had the picture in mind of the Marine who is faithfully guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Military Cemetry. He will be there day and night in all kind of weather always faithful to his oath. Here is more on the voluntary sentinels who […]

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Prayer on Healing

Devotional Friday   I like to follow David Joseph on Periscope and Twitter. He is a Christian teacher called “Praying Medic” as he learnt to pray for difficult cases as a first responder in emergencies. I recently took notes on his Saturday teaching.  I like that he does teaching on both biblical matters and on how he sees the things happening politically […]

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How to BEST fight the good fight!

equestrian, Henri IV, Henry 4th, Paris, Statue

Recently I found myself going back to a very well-known passage of scripture. As soon as the passage came to mind, however, it was followed by a second thought: “I already know what I’ll find.” We think that because it’s a familiar passage, it‘s less able to teach us something new. That’s rarely the case when we’re honestly reading the […]

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George Whitfield

Few remember George Whitfield (1714-1770) but the expression “One Nation Under God” is his quote as he, as a young British preacher and missionary travelled from England to America in the 1740s. At the time sea travel across the Atlantic ocean was a long and dangerous trip in small boats. He wished to unite the new colonies and a huge […]

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Lance Wallnau, My Online Pastor

What a rich flow of spiritual education to be found via Dr Lance Wallnau’s homepages. Lance teaches on business and entrepreneur issues but just as much in how to increase in your calling whatever that might be. Lance is a Christian with Jewish background educated in theology and economy.  He has many platforms. Periscope attached to Twitter is the social […]

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Created in His Image

Triathlete, Simon Whitfield, Flag Bearer, Canada, 2012 Olympics

  You’ve heard it and so have I, “If God is God, why is there so much ________ in the world?” You’ve also likely heard one of the common responses… “Because of man’s choice.”, “Because man is sinful.”  or “Because of sin in the world.” There are a number of similar responses, and neither are necessarily wrong, but I read something […]

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