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Lots of things pass for “counselling” in the world today. Continue reading
No excuses. Sin is never mandatory. You never have to do it. Continue reading
There are so many people to blame, after all, that we never have to stop and consider whether perhaps our own actions might be part of the problem…. Continue reading
This miniature philosopher looked at me, and said something that showed he had more discernment than most politicians, many theologians, lots of police officers, and probably about 99% of all social workers. “They’re just bad.”
What hath God wrought, when He made marriage? Is anything in this world more wonderful? Continue reading