Tag Archives: justice

Be-A-ware

Be-A-ware is a short piece I wrote because I find many well meaning people of faith are not necessarily malicious as much as they may not be aware, or awake.
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The Word that Lives

Once upon a time there was a faithful man named Philip.  Philip loved God very much and spent his life serving and sharing the “Good News” in the foreign country of Zamzam.   Zamzam was a lovely place, and the people were even more lovely.   Philip spent many years traveling all over Zamzam telling…
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An Uncommon Grace

  The following is a scene from Les Miserables (1998) starring Liam Neeson.  In this clip we see an encounter between Neeson's character Jean Valjean and a Bishop (Peter Vaughan).     Today, I can identify with Jean Valjean.  A person who sometimes feels there is just no other way or just simply doesn't have…
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Ding, Dong the Witch is Dead?

[This piece is dated for sure but the ideas within it are still valid.  As we wrestle with Jesus' words to love our enemies and His Gospel of non-violence, we need to sit in the midst of seeming caldron of conflicting emotions and twisted ideas of justice and allow Holy Spirit to speak to us.]…
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