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“What Else but The Self?” — A poem

“What Else but The Self?” A poem by T. LaReveur   I picked up a cheap copy of “Self-Reliance and Other Essays” by Ralph Waldo Emerson the other day it caught my eye the term “Self-Reliance” and I thought how … Continue reading

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Meditating On Scripture

Recently I have become quite fond of memorizing scripture. When I am in a difficult situation, the ability to recite comforting verses in my mind is truly a gift. And sometimes when I do not know how to go about my … Continue reading

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My Cup Overflows (whether He takes it or not)

Here’s a little something that’s short and sweet: Since the marijuana incident two months ago, I have been struggling with spiritual warfare. As I struggle with the fear of this spiritual warfare, the Lord is teaching me that I must … Continue reading

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Not-So-Subtle Influences

It is striking how great the difference is between the effects my Christian friends have on me and the effects my non-believing friends have on me. My Christian friends are terribly broken sinners with mistake-ridden pasts. But they acknowledge their … Continue reading

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[JUST] A SEED

What is the purpose of life, as far as I can tell? To pick up my cross, leave the rest behind, and follow Him. This summer, which has only just begun, looks like it will be a trade-off of time … Continue reading

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A Sort of Prayer

Yes, each moment of our lives should be invested in Christ, but that is not to say that we should not aim to take personal delight in each moment. Each moment, after all, is a gift. From Christ. . Lay … Continue reading

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Often I hit a fork in the road (but I do not hit it alone)

Often I hit A fork in the road, A point in my day At which I have Two paths before me: I can keep travelling upwards Though my body is aching. Or I can let myself slide, Though there would … Continue reading

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