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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Evoke

There behind all the present faces Were all the solemn traces Each serving to evoke All the words unspoken and those He spoke Memories of this family dinner Evoke deeper layers for this beginner As each year seems to swing … Continue reading

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It’s In Our Home

It’s In the Home by Michael Romani We’re never, ever alone Family of God in our home Engraved in corner stone We put the king on His throne Gathered together in one accord Our God is in our midst Richer … Continue reading

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Happy St. Nicholas Day!!

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Humble Yourself

Based on a sermon based on James 4:10 Humble Yourself by Michael Romani There’s a trick to humility You gotta do it quietly It’s not a thinking thing It’s about what you bring Just doing what is needed Keeping to … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics – The Confessions of St Augustine

St Augustine was born on November 13, 354 AD We have previously examined St Augustine’s life as well as his Confessions in part.  Please review the previously posted material so that you receive a fuller picture of the work and the … Continue reading

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Offense In the Name of the Lord

Offense In the Name of the Lord by Michael Romani Preacher man keeps on saying That he’s here for truth not playing Truth is what it is what it is To tell anything less would be amiss He’s been that … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: There Is No Greater Love

“Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” —John 15:12-14          

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Make Me A Servant

Make Me A Servant by Michael Romani Moving from the ways of the deceiver I want to be God’s go to receiver Use me, Lord, in all of my future days Raise me, Lord, to serve in all of my … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Polyeucte – Pierre Corneille

The French tragedian Pierre Corneille lived from June 6, 1606 through October 1, 1684.  Along with Moliere and Jean Racine, he is considered one of the three great 17th century dramatists.  He had originally enjoyed the patronage of Cardinal Richelieu … Continue reading

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Totally Dependent

Totally Dependent by Michael Romani Simple lessons teach Finding them in my reach I pose my independence Quietly spoken in confidence I am totally dependent No longer willingly diffident I am totally dependent On you my Lord Coming in all … Continue reading

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