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I was not quite sure what to expect when I entered the room in Whitehall on Thursday evening, and took my seat. The first few minutes of each speaker’s agenda was commonly about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the … Continue reading
“Your navel is like a round goblet–Let mixed wine not be lacking! Your belly like a heap of wheat hedged about with lilies. Your breasts are like two fawns, twins of a gazelle.” If I were to tell you that … Continue reading
When the story of Job is preached from the pulpit of modern day churches, popular themes and lessons to be learned always seem to fall under the category of having faith in God in good times and bad.
Hey guys, here are a few issues I am having with my rough draft so far. 1) I know that I want to tie in the modern-day Egyptian struggle, but I am unsure of how to make it cohesive with … Continue reading