Christ physically lives within us... literally. I never understood that concept, I thought it was a spiritual existence if we choose to follow him. But no. He's physically within us. How? I'm big on science and thoroughly believe that it corroborates the Bible. And each time I learn something new, like this, I am again … Continue reading Microbiology Proves the Existence of God
If you know me, then you’re probably aware that the book of Luke is one of my favorite books in the Bible! And it holds one of the most important verses I’ve found about Jesus and our fate, post-crucifixion. The fact that Jesus didn’t come to make things better/easier here on earth is something we … Continue reading The Most Important Verse About Jesus Christ
I reacquainted myself today, with the hymns I grew up with in the Catholic Church. There is something to be said for going back to your roots. It's nostalgic, yes, but it is also grounding. They are comforting, they hold meaning that they've never held before now that I'm older. There is one particular song … Continue reading I Am Not Bearing The Burden Alone
Just like this blog, I have a hard time staying interested in God.
The idea of segregating the Bible and its valued books into Christian Denominations is funny to me because Christianity (as well as Islam) both stemmed from Judaism, which should make our Old and New Testaments set in stone as God’s word. There shouldn’t even be a ‘Catholic’ Bible (or a ‘Protestant’ Bible, or a ‘Methodist’ … Continue reading Why I Don’t Use A ‘Catholic’ Bible