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A View on Worshipping G-d

These are my observations and may represent what you, the reader has seen or noticed. This is a general view with references to certain worship experiences. No offense is intended.

The Jews who revere the Most High don’t evensay or printHis Name, so I thought I would align with that which is why you will notice a printed substitute.  Finally, I’m not a professional writer so don’t miss my points due to my terrible writing!

A View on Worshipping G-d
Mark Willis

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Worship.  Sunday morning worship.

The Boy Who Would Be King

More on Claiming: The following comments are my own (Mark) and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of anyone else but I think they may.


The Boy Who Would Be King

Many people mightier than the boy Arthur tried to pull the sword from the stone to claim Excalibur and the “God-ordained” right, as the legend goes, to Britain’s throne. Shepherds, farmers, blacksmiths and tailors shoved to see, to take their chance to leave a commoner’s place in this world to be...King. How glorious!


But only one, one who was seen as perhaps the most UNLIKELY of them all, was actually able, was after all, worthy, and did it with ease, and claimed his rightful KINGSHIP without the might of men in spite of their heckling and ridicule at his expense.

On "Claiming"


The following comments are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of anyone I know.On "Claiming" (a term [definition mine] used by some people of faith to indicate their need or desire for something and expectation of getting that something, perhaps by faith in the power of God): 
Over a PA system, a store manager announces there is a lost child in his office who really wants his parent now. You, realizing your child is  missing, head to the office to claim your child.

Announcing Our New Blog, Renewing Mind

Hi all!

This is the first post on our new Blog, Renewing Mind. I thought about that name, and although  it may take a little getting used to, it says how we feel! Renewed mind is PAST TENSE, well, that kinda flies in the face of ongoing renewal, which is definitely the page (no pun intended) you're on!

So! Come by and visit, let us know what you're liking or don't like so much. I can only promise you this: We will be blogging and you may be challenged with the content. Or not.

Thanks for checking this out.
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