Here’s another poem from Mark. This is an oldie from the archives.
Isaac sent this poem to us eons ago. Like, really. Eons. Anyway, it’ll always be relevant, so enjoy.
I love healing testimonies. They’re just . . . cool.
John 14:26 can be a confusing verse. It talks about how unless we hate our parents and our families, that we cannot be disciples of Christ. Tim takes a quick look at this statement and gives his take.
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Mark, our very own prolific ex-Portlandite, has submitted yet another poem. And this one is timed perfectly with the appearing of Christmas lights and the sounds of Christmas songs on the radio. Thanks Mark! We miss you. Be sure to check out Mark’s website.
I continue to backslide. I continue to pray, try to return to God, and then backslide some more. Every time, it seems to get worse. Why is it so difficult? Why can’t I seem to get it together?
Let’s see. Mike sent this poem in about, well, about a year and a half ago. So it’s practically brand new, considering I’m currently posting content from about 10 years ago! Enjoy. And thank you Mike!
After waking up for 10 straight years and instantly fueling his addiction, Joseph finally cried out to Jesus. He experienced complete and immediate freedom from his bondage.
This is a short but very sweet testimony.
It reminds me how much I have to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving day.