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Do We Trust More in the Power of God or the Devil?

By melanie jean juneau, published on May 16, 2013

...spiritual experiences. Catholics mistrust revelations of other Christians and Protestants often think that Catholics are open to the occult by praying to Mary and the Saints. They even wonder if we are even saved! Let's not behave like arrogant, closed minded Pharisees but humbly trust in God to lead and teach us as, leaving condemnation to the Evil One.

Often Christians must simply acknowledge that we cannot intellectually grasp all heavenly mysteries. We choose to continue our walk in, with and through the Holy Spirit, trusting in God without fear of making a mistake. We ... (more)

Tags: god, fear, the devil

The Harboring Of Pedophiles

By Scorpion Sting, published on Apr 25, 2013

...to be as misguided as he wants to be. I think what set me off indirectly was some of his comments, some of what his written reply was to me and others, and for sure the post on his website. It all revolves around him thinking and using his interpretation of the bible to spread the “word”that god loves pedophiles and will accept them into heaven. What the fuck?

How can being a pedophile have anything to do with one’s sexual orientation? Is there anyone out there that can answer that question responsibly? A person who has sexual thoughts and/or behaviors towards a kid... (more)

Tags: god, crime, heaven, predator, christian, harboring, pedophile, prey, sheeple

People Need To Lighten Up

By Scorpion Sting, published on Apr 11, 2013

...mail and messages I get at my blog. But, I won't promise anything, but I will try to keep up and post as I get 2 or 3. Today I am going to do a combination post from messages, e-mails, and comments I have received in reference to three specific posts, Is Being An Alcoholic A Disability, Bigfoot, God, And Ghosts, and What Has The World Come To. I can't even begin to tell y'all how surprised I have been that so many have become so bent out of shape. Makes me think that is why I write. Perhaps I need to add that to my mission statement. I have always stated that I am here to lay out my... (more)

Tags: god, va, reality, aliens, christian, ghosts, meat, disability, bigfoot, vegan, benifits, fakes, frauds, veteratan

Bigfoot, God, and Ghosts

By Scorpion Sting, published on Mar 28, 2013

Bigfoot, God, and Ghosts share one common factor that nobody can deny, they truly are, in all basics, just myths. I can hear it already, ringing in my ears, questioning me where I can get off making such a statement. So, I will give y'all my answer in advance this time and it is this, prove me wrong. I don't usually like bogging down my blog with my own personal opinion of God but I found myself having a particular conversation with a neighbor of mine this weekend. I will say, based on my own observations, that he is very self-immersed in being a devout believer in God. How do I know? Fair... (more)

Tags: god, myths, ghosts, beliefs, neighbors, bigfoot, fences

Moments of Grace Shining Through Stained Glass

By melanie jean juneau, published on Mar 1, 2013

“Everything is grace”Saint Therese of Lisieux

But how do we receive grace?

Simple. Everything about God is simple and natural. We are the ones in our pride who complicate our relationship to Him. Although Jesus surprised me by suddenly appearing in my life at 16, I tried too hard afterwards to grow in the spiritual life. I read all the complicated books on spirituality and then proceeded to strive and pray circles around myself. Finally exhausted and discouraged, I gave up and Jesus finally had an opening to shine the light of His love into my core self. When the light of... (more)

Tags: god, grace, simplicity

Why are there more atheists than theists?

By melanie jean juneau, published on Feb 22, 2013

...seem to massively outnumber and outvote theists! Could this be related to the correlation between intelligence and atheism?

Melanie

A spiritual Christian understands that it is impossible to argue convincingly with an articulate atheist because their experience of the living God is not simply a rational relationship. Often a heart to heart encounter is sensed with the right-brain, intuition,deepest core self. As St. Paul says, faith is foolishness in the eyes of those people who are confined to rational logic, or what they can see with their eyes.

This is a load ... (more)

Tags: god, faith, theist, atheist

Tea and Conversation with God, in my Imaginary Garden

By HomeRearedChef, published on Feb 15, 2013

I will set a cozy table for two. I will lay out my finest lace and china. We will sit shaded beneath a large weeping willow, surrounded by a fragrant wall of Antique pink and white roses. I will serve Him my best cup of tea and bake my most excellent cake, because God and I have much to talk about, so much of family and life to discuss.

Suddenly my heart leaps with unimaginable joy when I know that He has arrived. His magnificence is pure brilliance, and my happiness I can barely contain. I am in awe of His presence, thrilled that He has accepted my invitation to tea and conversation.... (more)

Tags: christianity, god, faith, garden, homerearedchef, tea time, heavenly father

Just LET GO and Then LET GOD!

By HomeRearedChef, published on Feb 13, 2013

...and my spirit calms. That is when I am reminded that I am not alone. He is and always has been a “light unto my path.”

For many years I treaded roads ill-chosen, roads that lead me nowhere. But when I finally made the choice to stand still and listen, I began to travel roads that only God would have wanted me to travel. Though reluctantly at first, I did give up my will to Him and allowed Him to lead the way. Doors that were otherwise closed and locked to me began to open, and He’s brought me through safely.

A long-time ago I asked God to make me an instrument of His... (more)

Tags: marriage, family, god, children, faith, grandchildren

Invisible Connections

By melanie jean juneau, published on Dec 18, 2012

...to co-operate with neighbours, relatives or friends to survive. Worse still, each member of the nuclear family lives in a technological bubble supplied with their own cell phone, earplugs, iPad, laptop, staring at personal T.V screens. Men are cut off from each other, their own true self and God.

However when a tragedy strikes, the trauma shakes everyone out of their individual igloos and suddenly there is a sense of a collective sharing of emotions. Everyone experiences and shares in the same sense of horror, pain and sadness. We discover that in fact that we are connected to... (more)

Tags: god, interconnection, our fellow man, love one another

ALL HE Needs

By melanie jean juneau, published on Nov 23, 2012

You think you are building my Church

With all your hectic activity.

You are hindering my Spirit's

True purpose.

All I want,

All I need,

Is for you to

Come and stand,

In Silence

With an open and

Contrite Heart

At the foot of my Son's Cross.

Let the fire

of His Love

Pierce your Heart,

Transforming

You into

His Presence

On Earth .

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Tags: god, transforms, the cross, we get in the way, true spirituality

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