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On Music and Doctrine

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The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR)

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What points me to Christ

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The differences in the Christian, and secular worldview

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Philosophical Christianity and a rare date with my wife.

http://hungrywater.live/2019 asana software download I do not talk a whole lot about me wife’s illness. She has CFS, and Fibromyalgia, and for this reason she is mostly home bound. Every now and then, if things are planned very carefully, I can get her out. Most of the time it wipes her out for a few days, sometimes up to a week. So we just do not plan things. This is really hard for people to understand, especially some family. Tonight though we are going to a live recording of a band we both adore. A band who I have listened to most of my life. The band is the choir, and you can watch the show streaming live tonight. On the last album they had song call “after all” I have posted the youtube video below. If there is anyone I would like to float through this life with. It is my beautiful, amazing wife. Oh yeah, if you are wondering where the philosophy tie is, just listen to the song.

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On misplaced Christian memes

http://darkawesome.live/2019/05 umso desto oder desto umso I have seen this going around. Seen it with profanity in it. I have even seen it posted by my atheist friends. What point are people generally trying to make?  How  did Jesus really love them? Lets look at a great example in John 8:1-11.

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Reflections of today, and on the 2nd question in the new city catechism.

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Everybody drinks the water from the murky pool

Everybody learns religion at the blind man’s school

And the third verse and chorus

Everybody begs the juror be more than merciful
For the crime we celebrate, for bigotry we learn
Everybody drinks the water from the murky pool
Surely as it heals your soul you feel your body burn

Is your faith so right
Are you so blessed
Everybody wanders in the forest
Is your heart so true
Are you that good
Everybody wanders in the woods
Everybody wanders in the forest
Everybody wanders in the wilderness

I know we serve a mighty God, but when it comes to thinking we have it all together. We are all just wondering in the wilderness, we are all cosmic criminals.

Just my thoughts for today.

A great video with a hint of sarcasm, with what is required to defeat calvinism

Christianity, Atheism, and Pascal’s Wager by Jim McClarty

Really good video by local pastor Jim McClarty. To summarize: because you do not believe a law exists. It does not mean you will not be due the punishment, when you violate it.

Here are some links to some of the topics he mentions in his video

The Word on the Word Pt 1

The Word on the Word Part 2

Systematic Theology Series