Following in His Steps

Some printed info from a special interest group about an upcoming public event that talks about open-mindedness, diversity, discrimination and no-tolerance to any who are in disagreement with them is long on rhetoric. Their neatly packed language aims to build non-judgemental views about themselves and their event(s). It turns out to be a homosexual sponsored

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Hide and Seek

The game of hide and seek was and still is a very popular children’s game. It originated sometime in 2nd century Greece, where it was described by the poet Julius Pollux in one of his writings. Shakespeare speaks of the children’s game in Hamlet, where several scenes in he mentions it as “Hide Fox, and

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True Godly Fear

Godly fear can be life changing. God can use personal guilt and remorse to steer our lives away from evil. Known criminals have been known to turn over a new leaf. However, it does not always mean that they have sought forgiveness from God. In the news were reports of a man that had banded

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