God at work


In the uproar that followed this month’s attacks on France by the so-called Islamic State, and with reports of more Trinbagonians associating themselves with the terrorist organisation, one Priest has said that it will be defeated with “the power of love”. What comes to my mind, apart from Celine Dion, is that if it were the French President who said this – and this alone – there would be concern about him, but not about Father, of whom this is (sadly, all that is) expected.

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Image credit: (get this) www.doityourself.com
Not part of a basilica

On the same day in two years that were centuries apart: in the first year something positive was built; in the second year something negative was destroyed. What does this have to do with my blog?

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Lex orandi, lex credendi, lex vivendi

...the Evangelical version, maybe?
(Image credits: Marcus Lamb and Zig Ziglar, via Facebook)

There’s so much I want to say about the fact that this is my first official web log, but this post was supposed to be up over an hour two hours ago (though the prospect of running a blog didn’t exist even minutes beyond that).

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