Tag Archives: Christianity

The Christmas Spirit

British and German soldiers lay down their guns to sing Christmas carols on December 25, 1914. How could this happen?  Pope Benedict XV encouraged a Christmas truce but the idea was rejected.  But the Christmas miracle began on Christmas Eve … Continue reading

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The Widow’s Mite

“Jesus sat down opposite the place where the offerings were put and watched the crowd putting their money into the temple treasury. Many rich people threw in large amounts. But a poor widow came and put in two very small … Continue reading

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” Your Name “

  Joe Wilson Gospel Choir For my dear friend, Paul MacDonald on this  Good Friday.  These words were predicted  by the prophet Isaiah  about Christ 800 years before His death for us all which is remembered today ! Isaiah 53:3-6 King James Version … Continue reading

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Chrisitian Persecution in India

 Christian persecution by Hindus rises in India, say humanitarian groups By Perry Chiaramonte Published March 14, 2016 This is  world wide persecution.  The US government is resisting calling the persecution and religious killings in the Middle East , genocide. I … Continue reading

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Historical Site Destroyed

image from the guardian.com This  image is from the oldest monastery in  Iraq where the faithful have worshiped for 1400 years. Along with the. historical  Buddhist statues, Isis has destroyed this  monastery. The building may be gone but the spirit … Continue reading

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Sacred Places. . . . Cordaba

This site has been a sacred site since ancient Roman times in Spain. It was a Roman Temple to the goddess Janus who was the double headed goddess. Next it was converted to a Christian church dedicated to St. Vincent … Continue reading

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The Alhambra , Granada Spain

The exquisite Muslim calligraphy at the jewel of the Moorish empire, the Alhambra,  in Granada Spain. Google Public Domanin This is one of my all time favorite places i have visited,  even though it was years ago that we were … Continue reading

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