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  1. I Am David (A Children's Poem)

    I Am David
    I am only a little shepherd boy
    Taking care of my father's flock;
    To sing to the Lord is my greatest joy
    While I play a sweet tune on my harp.

    Wait, I hear someone calling my name
    And I must go home anon.
    It might be my brothers playing some game,
    But I'll find out what's going on.

    An old man is standing there next to

    Updated Jan 25th 2009 at 02:45 AM by paidforinfull

  2. Groot Klein Wonderwerkie

    Die slim dokters het mos gese kinders gaan nie gebeur vir ons nie, en ek en manlief het ons maar daarby berus.... tog bly mens se hartbegeerte maar aan die gang, en die Vader weet jou begeertes beter as jy.....

    na 8 jaar van getroude lewe, voel ek toe mos bietjie olik en oom dok se hy wil 'n toetsie doen..... bel die volgende dag terug en vra of ek sit of staan..... dis of 'n tweeling of dis ver heen !...... as een van 'n tweeling het die skoenlappers draaie gemaak in my binneste, ...
  3. Discourses of Epictetus (book review)

    Why am I posting book reviews? Because reading books is time-consuming. No one wants to spend a month or two reading a lousy book. I'll offer here my "two cents" on whatever book I finish.

    Discourses of Epictetus

    This work offers a good look into the Stoic philosophy with which Paul has contact in Acts 17. It is the four surviving books of the 8-book compilation by Arrian of Epictetus' teachings.

    The reader gets the hang of Epictetus' basic system ...
  4. Team embarassed over 100-0 Slaughter

    Alas, We as Christians are our own worst enemy.
    Today, I was reading Yahoo and I came upon this article:
    Here is a good example of Discipleship denied....or...maybe, not.
    God is sovereign and maybe he meant for the Heroes of our story to come up short on character and long on contrition or maybe he wanted a little Grace to rain down on the so-called losers of this story.
    I wonder how this story would ...
  5. Post Abortion Syndrome.

    I was reading some literature online regarding post abortion syndrome. It seems that the lines are generally split. Christians and other open-hearted individuals acknowledge Post Abortion Syndrome as a real and tangible mental condition worthy of treatment and recognition.

    The opposite side, those who consider themselves to be 'open-minded' and 'progressive' and 'intellectual' regard Post Abortion Syndrome as a "made up" condition, according to one feminist publication. The ...