Story From Song Titles Alone

For all the music buffs, this is a post that tells a story using song titles alone. Continue reading “Story From Song Titles Alone”

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Testimony – Victorious

[1 John 5:4 (NKJV)] “For whatever is born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world – our faith”

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Some of my favorite verses – 2

Here are more verses in tag cloud art…

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Some of my favorite verses – 1

These are some of my favorite verses in Tag Cloud Art. I think they are pretty obvious but see if you can identify them. More to come….

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Are you the coming one?

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[Matthew 11:3] “Are You the Coming One, or do we look for another?” Continue reading “Are you the coming one?”

Meditation

 

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The dictionary defines meditation as “The act of giving your attention to only one thing”, in other words when your undivided attention falls on or focuses on only one thing, you are meditating on that. How about that? If I were to channel all my undivided attention on God’s goodness, I would be meditating on God’s goodness likewise if I were to put all my attention to worrying about the future I would actually be meditating negatively about my future. Continue reading “Meditation”

The Freedom Of Creativity

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I recently came upon a post that discussed how creativity could be a burden. How the world is losing originality and needed more genuine and authentic creative ideas and those who needed to use creativity in their profession were having a hard time in exploring new territories. I respect the author of this post as this concerns his work and to an extent, I would also agree that a lot of recycled stuff is filling this world. We get to see a lot of new products, stories or ideas that aren’t really new; they are just the same old stuff in a new package. Continue reading “The Freedom Of Creativity”