Tag Archives: angels

Nine signs you’ve been visited by an angel

Otherwise known as a random list of crap Earth We Are One is posting as “real proof” of an angelic presence in your life. I’ll list the nine with commentary: 1. Unexpected temperature change – This is called random drafts … Continue reading

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1minion invites God in – God’s way of being known

(For those following along, previous posts can be found under the tag Inviting God In – Joyce Rupp’s book by the same name can also be found online fairly cheaply if you want one as a kindle copy.) So here … Continue reading

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Not to make it look like all our library buys is junk but…

Here’s a list of recently received titles. The Power of Your Angels: 28 days to finding your path and realizing your life’s dreams by Isabelle von Fallois Offering exercises, rituals, and case studies, this step-by-step process increases daily contact with … Continue reading

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Instead of doing something useful…

I find this: see more Historic LOL

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Read a book about sex and the bible

It’s called Unprotected Texts: the Bible’s surprising contradictions about sex and desire by Jennifer Wright Knust. She covers a lot of ground in a relatively short book. I dog-earred many pages of it so I’d remember specific things that were … Continue reading

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I haven’t picked on Billy Graham in a while

Since Halloween is only a couple weeks away, I’ll focus on this question: My mother died recently, and although I know she’s in heaven, I worry about whether she’s happy, if she still has health problems and things like that. … Continue reading

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Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign (of angels?)

I think I wasted twelve dollars and a half hour of my life. All in all, it could be worse; I could have come out of that lecture believing angels really are all around me. This was Saskatoon’s third year … Continue reading

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