Tag Archives: Repentence

Logical Pursuit

Though it ultimately comes down to faith, belief is also about evidence and applying logic to this evidence. Logical Pursuit by Michael Doyle Saying no over and over and then again Is the path of righteousness that we walk The … Continue reading

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Girding My Heart

Based on the Book of Psalms: Girding My Heart by Michael Romani With my whole heart I seek Him Guarding my life by the decision That is not just a frivolous whim But one made from the precision Of guarding … 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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