Category Archives: Meditations

Living Hope: Living in the Hope of the Resurrected Christ

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What happened through the Resurrection that can change how I live?  The Resurrection takes away our fear of tribulation, sin and death, and gives us power over everything. We live in the hope, the expectation of newness and restoration…

This article is a bit heavier on the quotes, contrary to the ‘about’ section, my apologies in advance!

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Heaven is for Real: the Sceptic, the Faithful, the in-betweeners

How do we deal with miracles? Some of us love them, some of us run from them….What to do?

This post is a discussion of miracles and the supernatural based on the movie “Heaven is for Real”

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A night with Anba Serapamon

So, late last night I was exiting my room to go out, and I ran into Anba Serapamon, Bishop and Abbot of St. Pishoy’s monastery in Egypt. He had been sitting on the balcony watching the view of the ocean and city lights, when a wind slammed his door shut, and he was locked out. The saintly man, who has severe arthritis, walked up a humongous hill and up two flights of stairs with the most peaceful demeanor, to come and ask if I could kindly unlock the cell for him.

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Have an opinion, as long as it’s the same as mine.

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So, this is between meditation and venting, so bear with me. I invite you all to comment and discuss below.

It did not bother me until recently, the double standard of society. We know that we live in a society that says, “Believe what you want, it’s cool, it’s your personal conviction. To each his own, dude.”

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Reflections on an exorcism – the devil is real…

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December 3, 2013

My friends,

This morning a woman possessed by a devil was in the Church. We’ve discussed some of this stuff before, but the context of this one was different than what I had witnessed previously and it’s worth bringing up. This isn’t a sermon, I just wanted to reflect on some stuff with you guys that impacted me…

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