Tag Archives: sorrow

Postmortem for a Dream – Part Two

When I think about that building, I laugh just to keep from crying. The boarded window spaces were only accentuated by the peeling paint on the outside, and mold was growing on the walls of the nursery inside. I distinctly remember arriving one Sunday morning to find that a raccoon urine had soaked through the dropped ceiling and formed a puddle directly on top of my hymnal.

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The Curse Reversed

“What makes Heaven great is not only what’s there, but also what’s not there!” In order to fully understand what God has planned (in Eternity), we’ve got to understand what God had first planned (in Eden). The way it will be – will be the way it way originally intended. Revelation 22:3 is clear: God will reverse the curse and restore creation back to its former glory. There was perfection in every way… Unity in nature between animals and man. Peaceful productivity. Beauty unhidden. Total harmony. But sin shattered that world into a million tiny pieces, and since that moment sin and its curse have caused pain for all of humanity.

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To Regret, or Not to Regret

Article by Kristin Tanner We have all heard the familiar saying that goes something like, “I do not regret anything because you have to learn from something.” Many of us have uttered something similar from our own lips. I have never thought about it too much but when I recently read that from someone else […]

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The ‘S’ Word

Article by Kristin Tanner Over the past month or so I have been reading a book entitled, “What Became of Sin,” by Karl Menninger and completing Beth Moore’s bible study, “When Godly People Do Ungodly Things.” Think God has been trying to tell me something? What became of sin really? The word has basically slipped […]

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