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The Greatest Commandment

The first commandment, to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and mind is first because without that understanding of God’s love, you cannot carry out the second commandment, to love your neighbour as yourself. – Dan, guest speaker at Faith Baptist Whitby

He’s personal

I’m currently reading through Psalms, and today, read through Ps. 3-5. These are prayers of David, asking the Lord to protect him from his enemies. He starts with supplication, asking for deliverance from his enemies, but always ends with the knowledge that  his God will protect him and sustain him. It really hit me how … Continue reading

Old school love

What woman would not be able to resist a man who wrote her love letters like this?! Honestly. Such eloquent, beautiful writing; practically poetry. Ah… love in the 1800’s. http://www.lettersofnote.com/2011/06/immortal-beloved.html I must say though, Beethoven’s writing is HORRIBLE. It would be more romantic if it was more legible :P

Christ is risen!

There is love, That came for us Humbled to a sinners cross You broke my shame and sinfulness You rose again victorious! Faithfulness none can deny Through the storm And through the fire There is truth that sets me free Jesus Christ, who lives in me You are stronger You are stronger Sin is broken … Continue reading

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