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The Importance of Remembering

 wgmeisheid  July 13, 2024  0 Comments on The Importance of Remembering

I have been trying to discover what might impede growth in my Christian life and working against my desire to become closer to my God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Yes, I am a Christian trinitarian believer because that is…

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Contending for the Faith Once Delivered unto the Saints

 wgmeisheid  July 1, 2024  0 Comments on Contending for the Faith Once Delivered unto the Saints

A 17th-century Englishman, John May, said, “In a calm sea, every man is a pilot.” He was contrasting how when everything is perfect, everyone can succeed, but then what is left unspoken but implied is that when the sea turns…

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Sole Fide, Sole Christi

 wgmeisheid  June 23, 2024  0 Comments on Sole Fide, Sole Christi

As I approach the ending years of my life (I am 77), things are coming into sharper focus concerning what matters and what doesn’t. The thing that matters most to me right now, as I am sure this will remain…

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Discipleship

 wgmeisheid  June 21, 2024  0 Comments on Discipleship

I have been using YouTube recently to engage a number of sound Christian teachers to increase my biblical knowledge and understanding. However, when it comes to discipleship, it seems they all do not touch on the area of that discipline…

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A Celebration of the Life of John McDade

 wgmeisheid  May 19, 2024  0 Comments on A Celebration of the Life of John McDade

My best friend John died Sunday night just before midnight. His family asked me to create a photo presentation of his life. I was able to accomplish that using a PowerPoint presentation with 101 photos from his life. The presentation…

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Saying Goodbye to Friends

 wgmeisheid  May 13, 2024  0 Comments on Saying Goodbye to Friends

Late last night my best friend John went peacefully home to be with the Lord after losing his battle against pancreatic cancer. He was surrounded by all of his large, immediate family and he was accompanied on his journey by…

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The Disappearing Gray

 wgmeisheid  May 11, 2024  0 Comments on The Disappearing Gray

I guess this post could be subtitled: No Place Left to Sit… Between 1938 and 1945, C.S. Lewis wrote a space trilogy. He began with Out of the Silent Planet, followed by Perelandra, and closing with The Hideous Strength. In…

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The Eucharist Revisited

 wgmeisheid  May 3, 2024  0 Comments on The Eucharist Revisited

Back in mid-February, I published a post asking, “What is the Eucharist“, using John 6 as my primary source. In our Rector’s sermon on the Eucharist on Holy Thursday, he pointed out the cup used for the Last Supper was…

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The Will of God – Revisited

 wgmeisheid  April 28, 2024  0 Comments on The Will of God – Revisited

When we think of the will of God we are often concerned for not just this moment, this specific decision, but how this choice will affect everything down the road, trying to discern the ramifications of what we are about…

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The Problem with Demonic Oppression and Calling on the Saints

 wgmeisheid  April 26, 2024  0 Comments on The Problem with Demonic Oppression and Calling on the Saints

I have recently become aware of the problem of demonic oppression. Yes, it is true, Christians can be demonically oppressed and that comes from a myriad of sources and possibilities. Some things are obvious and specific, such as previous family…

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