Tag Archives: Belief

Paddington Opens the Street Fair

Love this classic story. Paddington Opens the Street Fair by Michael Romani Pop up stories Filled with glories Hold there place Like a warm embrace A life’s perfection Is found in that connection Where a single book Provides the hook … Continue reading

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The Faith of the Grail

Knight means servant.  In today’s mockery of history, that’s overlooked.  It’s in my heritage.  Certainly, I am flawed as well.  Let’s hope that in the end the things I struggle for are remembered with greater fondness? The Faith of the … Continue reading

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No Heaven Without You

The other day, some one thinking they were oh so wise, chose to tell me that I should not love who I do.  To that person and others like her, I say it’s a simple matter of truth.  Addressed to … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Freedom of Speech Is For All Or It Is For None

“If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don’t believe in it at all.” – Noam Chomsky, linguistics professor and political activist (b. 7 Dec 1928)      

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Seeds of Totalitarianism Dispersed

Generally speaking,  we as a people stand for liberty and all its intendent duties and responsibilities.  In this day and age, there has been an increasing move toward surrendering liberties for what we have latched onto as security, be it … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Index

She asked me to index the reasons why Clear evidence for God seems in short supply But she should believe in Him anyhow And though patient, she wanted these reasons now She told me of her friend who was her … Continue reading

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To Live By Faith

Luke 17:5-6 To Live By Faith by Michael Romani Life comes hard to deal its hand Striking harder than we understand Living in faith to our very best Ever hopeful that we will pass the test Even the apostles prayed … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Archaic

As the older man looked out his fifth floor window It was easy to tell which direction this would go The storm surge forced the waters constant rising It left him kind of breathless, though hardly surprising The young man … Continue reading

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A Witness of Fireflies, Parts I & II

A Witness of Fireflies by Michael Romani I Formless and void in the darkness The spirit of God removed the harshness God said let there be light – and there was light Seeing the good; He separated day from night … Continue reading

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Jump On In

Based on John 3:14-15 Jump On In by Michael Romani Jump on in, the water’s fine It purifies you with every line Whosoever lives as a believer Stands firm against the deceiver Living life fully and ever lasting Redeemed we … Continue reading

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