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THE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE, PART 1: GABRIEL

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THE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE, PART 1: GABRIEL

Tweet Share   It began in the Temple. It began with a passionate prayer that opened the gates of heaven.   An elderly couple – the priest Zechariah and his wife Elizabeth, who both were “righteous before God, walking in all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord” –were nonetheless barren, just as Abraham and…
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IS SEX “BAD” OR “SINFUL”?

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TweetShare Our sexual energy is our spiritual energy. It is part of the soul’s ‘Serpent Power’ that encompasses the totality of Creation, the sacred force that can be used at one level for the creation of a human being, at another level for creativity in the arts and sciences, in business, and in human relations,…
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JUDAH AND TAMAR

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TweetShare After Joseph was sold into slavery, and prior to his being sold to Potiphar, Genesis interrupts the story of Joseph and inserts this interesting, and seemingly-out-of-place, interlude about Judah. Judah had gotten married and had three sons: Er, Onan, and Shelah. When Er came of age, Judah found him a wife, a woman named…
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BLESSED ARE THE POOR IN SPIRIT, FOR THEIRS IS THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN

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TweetShare To be ‘poor in spirit’ means to be finally ‘empty’ of absurd illusions, to have achieved a Socrates-like humility and to recognize that we know nothing – for only God is wise. The ‘poor in spirit’ acknowledge their spiritual neediness.  Such people are ‘blessed’ because there is room now for Christ to enter their…
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