Month: November 2014

What God Wants-3

God is looking for the attitude in David’s heart.  In the Book of Psalms (# 51) you encounter David’s prayer to God over his sinful behavior.  David identifies in the 16th verse what God does NOT want: a “sacrifice” or “burnt offering”…which were, for his day, the only way to make proper recompense to God for one’s […]

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What God Wants-2

One day, while peering out the castle window, he notices the neighbor’s wife taking a bath in her rooftop hot tub. Suddenly living this divine destiny is not good enough any longer and he decides he wants, needs, deserves more. So, being the king, he simply takes what he wants.  He ships the woman’s husband, who is […]

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The silent voice calls Loudly in the darkness The heart looks inward Seeking the source of life Yearning to live free Knowing the real you The Real You The soul cries for mercy When life is death Dormant, dark, and wayward Wandering pathways to life Yearning to live free Knowing the real you The Real […]

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What God Wants-1

Have you ever asked yourself this question… What does God really want from me?  Religious traditions offer up a lot of purported answers, mostly recognized by the seemingly never-ending list of “do’s” and even longer list of “don’ts”.  To put it in perspective for the married guys, a life of Faith begins to look like […]

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Conclusion of today


A Poem by Stephen E Adams.

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reclaim Canvas: The Context of Art The hard work of being human and reclaiming our humanity           Check canvas:       How are your relationships?       How does your inner world look?       How does your outer world look?           Check dimensions:       Are you known by love?       Are you a voice of hope?       Are you living by faith?          Check material:       Take […]

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There is a reason

Bible Thru Cross

If we study Scripture for the wrong reasons, we risk pride and self-righteousness. Reading the Bible through the lens of the cross helps us understand Scripture in context and teaches us humility and hope.
What is your motivation for reading the Bible…

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10 Words

Not my usual fare but useful information. ~sea As Mark Twain famously wrote, “I didn’t have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.” His point? Strong writing is lean writing. When you want to make your writing more powerful, cut out words you don’t need—such as the 10 included […]

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Craft: The Elegance of Workmanship The hard work of greatness          Identify something in your life that is an extension of who you are and the work you do. Make a commitment to either stop doing it or do it to the best of your ability. Remember, if it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well. What […]

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