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That Brick Wall

I don’t know what it is as of late but it’s definitely there. I just can’t seem to get past it. It’s not that I don’t see what’s on the other side and it’s not that I don’t hear God’s

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No, I Don’t Fully Comprehend

I have a problem in that I normally like to understand how things work. I like to know what happens next when I press a button or turn a switch. I also like to know why these things happen so

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Looking Back at God’s grace 5 years ago: My darkest week in Ministry — The Domain for Truth

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent older post from Pastor Jim (SlimJim) that demonstrates the validity and trustworthiness of trusting in God. It is definitely not always easy and there is no guarantee that we will always obtain

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I Trashed My Post

I just trashed a couple of hours work into the trash bucket. You don’t need to hear the sob story that was coming out of my mind. Me complaining, feeling sorry for myself because everything is not as I wish

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What Do I See When I Look Back At Me?

I’m not really one for poetry, but this seemed to just flow from within today, so I’m sharing! What do I see when I look back at me? Nothing to cheer about, no reason for glee, Selfish decisions, to many

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Convinced

There are an awful lot of things that I see and words that I hear these days on the News that are spoken by others that I do not like. It’s extremely rare to hear a politician speak now and

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The Most Amazing Thing — Diary of a Broken Man

The most amazing thing about God is His love. I mean , it totally astounds me. I would even dare to say I am caught a little off guard by it. I have heard it described as a reckless love

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One Thousand and Counting . . .

Back when I started this blog in earnest about four years ago I stated that when I became a Christian I had 1001 questions that needed answering and that I would endeavour to answer some of those questions in this

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This Sunday at Church: Serve Everyone — The Domain for Truth

This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following: Serve Everyone. via This Sunday at Church: Serve Everyone — The Domain for Truth

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This Is What I Know

I know that this world is pretty messed up and it doesn’t appear to be getting any better. I know that greed, hatred and apathy within humanity is real. I know that we’ve taken what is good within our environment

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Prayerfully Contemplating

This is the Reverend Sam Allberry and you may have noted that I recently posted an article that featured a conference Sam gave in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada a while ago which was recorded and I subsequently linked five of

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Troubling Times

I don’t know if any of you have been out at sea in a bad storm but I have, a number of times. Being tossed about and coming to the realization that the elements are indeed powerful and dangerous gives

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A Different Perspective

If I told you that there are ministers of God who are homosexual, what would you think? If I told you that none of us, in our own human sexuality, are really straight, when it comes to lining up with

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Can You Prove God Exists? | Arthur Khachatryan

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article authored by Arthur Khachatryan from his Cold and Lonely Truth website. Arthur is an author, a former agnostic, and a current ambassador of Jesus of Nazareth who loves to share the

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Understanding Differing Perspectives Including the LGBTQ Community

This post is NOT about whether you view homosexuality as being sinful, it primarily is about differing perspectives that are held by some within our society regarding homosexuality. My personal understanding, is that according to God’s Word in the Bible,

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Engage or Not Engage When Online?

There comes a time, for just about every relatively new Christian that I know of, who takes their new found faith and trust in God seriously, where a decision is made with regard to entering into a discussion on one

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Sharing Christ with atheists — Running The Race

Spoiler Alert: I’m preceding the repost of this excellent article with a relatively short blurb of my own. My apology for throwing in my own two cents onto this repost, but it seemed like an opportune time to quickly address

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Each Day Is More Impossible – Hope on the Long Road of Suffering — Set Apart

I just ran across Sarah Walton’s blog recently and it kind of left me sitting here with my mouth open. I’ve been harping on God to help me with a sore heel as of late and then I run across

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Is It Just Me Or . . .

I’m currently going through the difficulties that David encountered in 1st Samuel again only this time I’m using the ultra slow reading method where each word and phrase is evaluated on it’s importance and I am amazed and appalled at

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The Imposition of Jesus

No two people are exactly alike. Everyone is different and we all come with our own baggage and memories. In addition, what comes naturally to one individual may not necessarily come naturally to another. This can be especially true when

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