Monthly Archives for July 2009

Thoughts on purity

The Psalmist asked, “How can a young man keep his way pure?”  (Psalm 119:9 ).  This is a question asked in one way or another by all the great religions.   Pretty well all spiritual teachers agree that purity is a … Continue reading

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27. July 2009 by Wisdom Hunter
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The importance of desire

Buddhists believe that passions and desires lead only to trouble, and the way to peace is to attain a state in which we no longer have such longings.  Some Christians likewise seem to think that our desires and passions are … Continue reading

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22. July 2009 by Wisdom Hunter
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Lessons from Physiotherapy

Almost two weeks ago I began a process of physiotherapy to reestablish function in my left shoulder.  This became necessary as a result of  a cycling accident a few weeks ago which resulted in a dislocated shoulder, a badly sprained … Continue reading

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15. July 2009 by Wisdom Hunter
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A man with a true heart

Nathanael  ( John 1:43-51 )  was a man with a true heart. Although he was one of the twelve original apostles, Nathanael doesn’t get a lot of air time in the gospels.  Compared to Peter, James and John, he barely … Continue reading

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07. July 2009 by Wisdom Hunter
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O Canada

God keep our land glorious and free. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. Did you ever stop to think about what those words mean?  We sing these words every time we sing our national anthem, but are these … Continue reading

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01. July 2009 by Wisdom Hunter
Categories: Faith and Politics, Intimacy with God, Prophetic Ministry, Seasonal Thoughts | Tags: , | 1 comment