No more excuses! "Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends."
- John 15:13 How many times, have you heard this scripture preached or taught, and the emphasis is placed on the sacrifice of Jesus' death, burial and resurrection. The fact that we should love others as Christ loved us, is this great sacrifice, when mankind is failing in every attempt to duplicate the act, seems unattainable by the masses.
As I meditate on this scripture, to f
After I had watched the current event of this past week...politics, shootings,...rallies and marches.....press releases...media coverages. My mind searched for a time when the witnessing of a this culture-type mentality was not reproduced so vividly. The culture-type I am meditating over is " right or wrong, if you on my team I will support you" mentality. I grew up hearing the words, " you call a spade a spade!" or 'if it quack like a duck, it's a duck", etc. As a child and
Traumatized adults = traumatized children.
I read an article that had me shaking my head in disbelief. It went something like this:
The state is considering putting mothers in jail, who are receiving food or monetary assistance from the State in jail, if they are not employed or attending school within six(6) months after receiving assistance. This method is justified as, “being a deterrent to prolong State assistance dependency”!
My first mental questions were: What is g