Lord Jesus Christ, Have mercy on me, a Sinner. Father, show me a way To worship you with a pure heart. Allow me to thank you every day, And show reverence in modest display. Supply to me through your energies The discernment to see, hear And sense all that I should Do, and steel my heart to Actually do … Continue reading A Prayer for discernment.
Lord Jesus Christ, Have mercy on me, a Sinner. For I am not like those Who persecuted, and condemned You to execution: 'For they do Not know what they do' (Luke 23:34). You asked the Father to forgive Them, But do I deserve forgiveness when I know What I do? I do, think And act … Continue reading A Prayer for forgiveness.
Dear Reader, In my second year of studying Philosophy at a BA level I read John Milton's Epic Poem Paradise Lost. For my Philosophy MA Dissertation I concentrated on this Poem by writing an essay titled 'John Milton’s Arianism and Theodicy in Paradise Lost.' Reading John Milton's Paradise Lost woke me up to the reality … Continue reading The Paradise Lost and the Journey Found.
Dear Reader, Christmas day is the birth of our Lord. Boxing day and the following day (26/27th Dec) are devoted to praying to and praising of the Virgin Mary, who gave birth to our Lord and God (Synaxis of the Theotokos). On the Sunday after Christmas Day we celebrate James the Brother of Our Lord, … Continue reading Christmas day is not the end of Christmas.
Dear Reader, A blue check-marked Twitter handle was attacking one of the Apostles for antisemitism. These are her Tweets: https://twitter.com/dianabutlerbass/status/1210278154432065536 https://twitter.com/dianabutlerbass/status/1210280963869159424 I replied: Did you forget the bit where the Jews Stoned him to death? Read this Jewish commentary on the NT for a completely fair judgement by the very people who rejected Christ, and … Continue reading On the Apostle Stephen the Protomartyr and Antisemitism.
Dear Reader, When asked why God allows Evil/the problem of suffering, I use the Parable of The Wheat and the Tares (Matthew 13:24-30). Where a man sowed good seeds, but weeds (tares) were planted by an enemy. When asked by his servant if the weeds should be pulled up, he says: 'No, lest while you … Continue reading Suffering and Evil.
Dear Reader, When it comes to Virginity, finding a Wife/Husband, being unrepentant about one's past conduct and basically being an extremely online etrad, it seems I have to make the same points over and over again, and in general not to Virgin men or even Virgin women, but to unrepentant older women and weak orbiter … Continue reading Virginity and the Modern Woman.