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New Life Walked

Based on Colossians 2:6: New Life Walked by Michael Romani Walking by the Spirit Brother, do you heart it Living by these rules Worthy of this school No condemnation In this Christian nation But, still discerned In all the lessons … Continue reading

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Living Your Best Today

Based on large part on Isaiah 50:4-7: Living Your Best Today by Michael Romani We find ourselves in our prayers Feeling like we’re walking stairs Labored in our efforts to remain and be Everything in all of our possibilities Hoping for … Continue reading

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First Principles: America Should Never Forget the Role God Has Played In Our Heritage

“I am sure that never was a people, who had more reason to acknowledge a Divine interposition in their affairs, than those of the United States; and I should be pained to believe that they have forgotten that agency, which … Continue reading

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Sonic Gems – A Very Christian Christmas

In the spirit of the season and its very reasons, Aloha Promises Forever, agrees that there is perhaps no more fitting music to celebrate Christmas than to compile a playlist of contemporary Christian artists’ rendition of such songs.  Without further … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Jonathan Swift – Hints Toward An Essay On Conversation

Jonathan Swift was born on November 30, 1667   Swift has sailed into his rest; Savage indignation there Cannot lacerate his breast. Imitate him if you dare, World-besotted traveller; he Served human liberty. – Yeats We have previously discussed the … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: The Divine Comedy – Dante

The Divine Comedy was begun by The Supreme Poet, Dante Alighieri in 1308 and completed in 1320.  It is one of the greatest works in world literature and considered the preeminent piece of Italian literature.  Written in the Tuscan language and divided … Continue reading

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First Principles: Action Plan – Engagement

After considerable thought and watching how  American principles are again and again being usurped by those who do not have any greater right to a voice in defining the future of America than we Americans who believe in the founding … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Fruits of Solitude – William Penn

“They that love beyond the world cannot be separated by it.  Death cannot kill what never dies.  Nor can spirits ever be divided, that love and live in the same divine principle, the root and record of their friendship.  If … Continue reading

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Temptation Frustration

Based On Matthew 4:3-4 Temptation Frustration by Michael Romani It’s all of the persuasion That mighty temptation Oh, the frustration Of falling for that deception The price invested When we are bested By the glitter of lies Such convincing alibis … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: The Confessions of St. Augustine, Book Eight

There are many ways to tell a story.  This is true even if the story is an autobiography.  No greater proof of this could be found than the 13 books that form Confessions.  At the age of 40 or so in … Continue reading

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