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The “sacred” within sacrifice

It is curious that the word sacrifice hints at some deeper spiritual principle. The word is usually associated with something “given up” or “lost.” However, upon reflection, it can easily be seen that individuals will give something up for something … Continue reading

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God wants to be loved, too!

I am not trying to imply that God has joined a lonely-hearts club or has a pitiful existence. It is simply a divine necessity for a God of Infinite Love. Love needs a subject. This is clear to all of … Continue reading

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Heaven Can Be A Most Dangerous Place

Few people give heaven much thought. Unfortunately, traditional religions offer very few details and insights about heaven, other than that it is a place where there is great joy and happiness. Because of this lack of detail, people are left … Continue reading

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