I am a Christian and my faith heavily influences my writing. I have begun to wonder whether or not predestination is a Biblical concept, and as I begin to lean towards believing in predestination, it leaves me with many questions. This poem strikes at the heart of my questioning. Can ...
Captain James Galiac Sananda touches on the "money pit" where oil barons rule the roost. - James Cortez
Part 2 of the Prodigal monologue posted in January, again, based on Luke 15:11-32.
My modern take on Jesus's parable of the prodigal son, from Luke 15: 11-32. Part 2 will follow shortly!
This is my adaptation of the story of the Good Samaritan - in poetry form .
Every birthday or New Year is a chance granted to you for a change. At every occasion the gardener of the life garden says, “Let it alone, sir, this year also, till I dig about it and put on manure. And if it bears fruit next year, well and good; but if not, you can cut it down.” ...
The Parable of Talents has great significance to human life. It is the greatest lesson for a successful career. Just look at it without any religious prejudice. It tells the way of life that everyone should live.
I still consider myself a Wikinut greenhorn or greenhorn Wikinutter. Great scribes work and thrive on here who seem to have managed to swallow the dictionary or who are lexicographers themselves. A word to the wise.:)
Do you find yourself making the same resolution year after year after year? Do you ever stop to wonder why you can't seem to stick to your resolve? One of the parables of Jesus explains it all too well. You may be putting a new patch on old cloth or trying to contain new wine in an ol...
Jewish children played in the market places the game of flute and dance and also wailing and mourning. Jesus compares these children to the Pharisees who were denying truths with lame excuses.
It is the will of God that we are living on this earth. Each one of us has got a mission in life and we are expected to be doing that work God has allotted us. “Blessed is the servant whom his master finds at work when he comes.” Are we at work doing faithful service?
The parable of wheat and weeds tell us a lot of things. Bad people flourish and the good are often tormented in trials. That makes us dejected in life. But Jesus asks us not to lose heart and be perseverant in being good. God waits for giving His reward.
Jesus told his disciples this parable about three friends just after he had taught them about how to pray. It tells a lot of things about prayers.