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Tag Archives: Evil
Can God Sin?
Question for you: Can God Sin? Seems like a silly question, and in away it is, but it is a question that a friend and I were talking about a week or so ago, and it hasn’t left me so … Continue reading
Can I serve?
Can I serve others, self and God? It seems like a lot of work, trying to serve everyone, ourselves and God. But truly it’s not, we make it a lot of work, but that’s just our nature. We do things … Continue reading
Posted in faith, Life, Love, selfhelp Tagged Adam, adam & eve, adam and eve, church, community, cultivate, Eve, Evil, fruit, garden creation, God, Grace, harvest, money, mother teresa, Mother Theresa, ourselves, Pope John Paul II, serpent, servant, service, sex, tempting, tv Leave a comment
Edging God Out
EGO… It’s a word we hear a lot about, we all have one, some are larger then others, but in someway we all have one. The ego serves only one purpose, and that is to make you feel better … Continue reading
Posted in catholic, education, faith Tagged 1 corinthians, Devil, edging god out, Ego, Evil, God, Holy Spirit, Jesus, matthew, Paul, pride, satan, self, St. Matthew, St. Paul Leave a comment
We are a people wanting more, we always want more then what we have. We are a consumer driven, self centered world. We are never satisfied with what we have, the grass is always greener on the other side… Get … Continue reading
Posted in faith, friendship, Life, Love, selfhelp Tagged created, despair, Devil, doubt, empty, Evil, God, image of god, insecurities, Love, ourselves, struggle, the evil one Leave a comment
It’s Hard being Catholic, so what!
When we think about it, it really is a scary thing. We are not sure what do to, what to believe… Is the world right and everyone else wrong, or am I right and the world wrong? Questions we have … Continue reading
Sin, God and Us…
Sin is a four letter word, and one that we all seem to like to use. We seem to be drawn to what we know is bad for us, not only here on earth but also in the afterlife. Why is that? … Continue reading