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The Sunday Soapbox — July 14, 2013

Hello, everybody. I don’t know who’s out there or who cares, but I’m planning to do another Sunday Soapbox. (I promise it will relate to my blog and my probable color/style career.) But, since it’s been so long since I’ve done one of these types of posts, I’m going to explain it a bit again. …

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The Sunday Soapbox – Love & Mourning, till death do us part, cause then it’s too late

I have decided to continue sharing the Beatitudes for now. I have really enjoyed it so far, and I think it is one of the most commonly misunderstood passages. That is probably because it is so well-known. Some of the most well-known verses are some of the most misconstrued, and taken out of context. I’m …

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The Sunday Soapbox ~ Poor in spirit = good?

(For those in Savannah – this series may seem familiar to you. That’s because I’ve been listening to all the sermons I’ve missed since I moved away!) Matthew 5:3  – “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” Contented, blissful, are the poor in spirit. Poor in spirit does NOT …

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The Sunday Soapbox for April 15th, 2012 : The Beatitudes, Part One

I have been realizing that my Sunday Soapboxes are getting very long, and I am either getting carried away sharing what I’ve learned about the Bible lately, or there is a LOT to share! Wait, what am I talking about? Have you seen the size of the Bible?! So, I plan to start breaking things …

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The Sunday Soapbox: Things You Might Not Know About Jesus

  Hello! I want to thank you for reading this. I don’t have an Easter theme for today, but I am focusing on Jesus, and who He was. Hopefully some of these facts will seem fresh and new to you, as they did to me. Most people know that Jesus came from Galilee, but do …

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