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Why Nineveh? Jonah Would Love to Know Too!

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Here we are with installment three of our Geographical-Theology treatment. I actually never meant for there to be any sequels to the first post, but God has led me onward and upward.

Our next stop, much to the chagrin and protest of Jonah, is a place near and dear to the Assyrians (but not many others, Jonah chief amongst them!), a place called Nineveh. Nineveh was, in Jonah’s day, the capital city of the mighty Assyrian Empire.

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Wronged . . . But, It’s All Right


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Share a story where it was very difficult for you to forgive the perpetrator for wronging you, but you did it — you forgave them.

I must say, I do not feel as if I have been severely wronged by anyone. Or, if I have been, it was so long ago now I no longer remember it. I mean sure, I have had people let me down. I have had people do things that made me shake my head. But, as far as having someone doing something to the degree I felt wronged, I honestly am drawing a blank here. Maybe there is a reason for this. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on December 21, 2013 in Daily Prompt


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Sin and Questions


Tonight my three-year old daughter decided to show her true colors as a human.  By decided, I mean she acted naturally!  

My wife noticed, before bedtime, she was chewing something.  Neither my wife nor I had given her anything to eat.  My wife asked her what she was eating.  My daughter responded, childlike and sinfully, I not eating nothing.   Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by on July 9, 2013 in Grace in the Everyday


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