Tag Archives: Redemption

Saving Face

I was reading a look at what it’s like to be a fading star in modern entertainment and how too often the unabashed hedonism leads to the downfall of way too many…. Saving Face by Michael Romani Dwindling fame and … Continue reading

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Redemption Of A Clown

Some things just aren’t funny.  Like someone who abuses their power and position to coerce others into things otherwise unimaginable to them.  Less funny still is when that same comedian thinks he can excuse away his or her lewd and … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Kind of Behavior That Once Brought Shame Now Brings 15 Minutes of Fame

“The kind of behavior that once brought shame and disgrace now brings a book, movie, or a television contract.” – Anonymous          

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Not Conformed, But, Transformed

Based in part on Romans 12:2: Not Conformed, But, Transformed by Michael Romani In thankfulness, we live our prayer With gratitude for God being there Laying our burdens down to rest We live our love to the very best Keeping a … Continue reading

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Getting Out of My Way

John 12:23-28 Getting Out of My Way by Michael Romani Every day, I ask God to change my heart To please do away with my worse parts To please make me the sort of ever true That is closer to … 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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Na/GloPoWriMo 7: Backsliding Blues

Having to backtrack just a little bit to keep up with the site’s challenges.  I will admit that I have found this year’s challenges more than a little weird.  I don’t do weird very well.  But, I guess that makes … Continue reading

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Coda: A Eulogy For A King

Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated on April 4, 1968.  In his honor and to memorialize in some small way his life and legacy: Coda: A Eulogy For A King by Michael Romani Born into a world of brutality In … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Our Christian Commitment Must Be Turned Into Action

“… (O)ur commitment must be translated into action — in our homes, in our neighborhoods, and in our society. Jesus taught there are only two roads in life. One is the broad road that is easy and well-traveled, but which … Continue reading

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#MeToo

#MeToo by Michael Romani It sometimes seems That the broken dreams Belong to the wealthy And maybe that’s unhealthy As in causes like #MeToo These privileges won’t do Won’t do; shouldn’t do Mustn’t do; you agree… don’t you? #MeToo needs … Continue reading

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