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  • Oh, give thanks to the Lord!

    in Christianity

    On that day David first delivered this psalm into the hand of Asaph and his brethren, to thank the Lord: Oh, give thanks to the Lord! Call upon His name; Make known His deeds among the peoples! Sing to Him, sing psalms to Him; Talk of all His wondrous works! Glory in His holy name; Let the hearts of those rejoice who seek the Lord! Seek the Lord and His strength; Seek His face evermore! Remember His marvelous works which He has done, His wonders, and the judgments of His mouth, O seed of Israel His servant, You children of Jacob, His chosen ones! He is the Lord our God; His judgments are in all the earth. Remember His covenant forever, The word which He commanded, for a thousand generations, The  covenant which He made with Abraham, And His oath to Isaac, And confirmed it to Jacob for a statute, To Israel for an everlasting covenant, Saying, “To you I will give the land of Canaan As the allotment of your inheritance,” When you were few in number, Indeed very few, and strangers in it. Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever. Blessed be the Lord God of Israel From everlasting to everlasting! And all the people said, “Amen!” and praised the Lord. 1 Chronicles 16:7-19,34,36 - NKJV

  • SISTER CLARA MOHAMMED PRAYER LINE

    in Islam

    ADHAN @5.   SALAT@: 505.  THEN WE READ A JUZ OF QUR'AN

  • THE RICHNESS OF IDEAS

    in Lifestyle

    King Solomon could have asked for anything. G-d was so satisfied with his service that he made the offer. Wealth. Power. Land.  But he would have none of it. Instead he asked for an understanding heart.  So what did Solomon know about wealth? The idea of understanding is oddly satisfying. Some ideas resonant. Some tantalize. T.S.Eliot reminds us in his 1942 poem Little Gidding - "Not known, because not looked for". Learning is as easy and as challenging as looking, asking. Greece turned understanding inside out when they turned to an Oracle at Delphi. And from that period we are left with their maxims to ponder as they did. Three may be better known than the rest:  Know Thyself. Nothing In Excess. Surety brings ruin. So as we bend to our labours, we have work to do in the background just to understand. Stobaeous gave up 147 of them: Be Thyself. Control Your Temper. Exercise Nobility- three I've selected at random to be shared.  As many of us learning, teaching others is a good way to learn, so doesn't this suggest a good use of Delphic maxims when we are introduced to a person about masonry?  Would it have changed your set point to be asked what a particular maxim means to you? No declaration. Just asking for an observation.  I believe we would not be speaking with him or her without also having a sense of their ability to contribute, to compromise, having a sense of tolerance, and a questioning mind.  We cannot share ideas with a person who has no inclination to trust them.  It is what we understand and how we apply that understanding in our constructions, that sets us apart.  I like to think there are Brethren with a vision of cathedrals requiring generations of commitment to complete. Right you are Cluny no longer exists except in history as a remarkable achievement. Are we going for immortality too? 

  • Five Fold Ministries Call 319-527-6036 Sundays 8:30-10:00 am FFMW 06-26-2022

    in Religion

    Five Fold Ministries  Call 319-527-6036 Sundays 8:30-10:00 am FFMW 06-26-2022 

  • The World According to Drew

    in News

    Tune in for thought-provoking, informative, enlightening, entertaining news and commentary brought to you by Andrew Whigham, III

  • Study Al Islam

    in Islam

    Join us every Sunday for another edition of Study Al Islam on am360.org from 10:00am -10:30am EST then discussion until 11am EST. There w ill be various presenters from around the nation. Fitrah Muhammad of The Nation's Mosque, Washington, D. C. is the Executive Producer. For more information, please go to studyal-islam.com. It is hosted by Imam Karriem Hameed. Our most important wealth is our health in all respects including spiritual, mental, emotional and physical. We’re spiritual beings in physical bodies. The careful balance of mind, body and soul requires a blueprint, user manual, and even a prescription when we err

  • NOT ENOUGH EVIL

    in Christianity

    GOD DID NOT ALLOW ENOUGH EVIL IN OUR LIFE

  • REAL TALK with Martha Novak

    in Spirituality

    On Sunday, June 26th at 10 a.m. DST, we're finishing up our talk on "Self-Sabotage." It's an exciting show about all the ways we're holding ourselves back -- some obvious, some insidiously obscure. We'll also be talking about how to change these things so that you'll have a better and happier life. 
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  • Quest Youth Radio/Quest Community Vibration

    in Entertainment

    Quest Youth Radio continues the journey into history,definitions,and music presented by our student hosts Justin Hill and Walter Pierce.They provide their insightful information on our history and the impact that its had on our world today.