Monthly Archives: May 2013

Hajj

I was surprised at the similarities between Islam, Judaism and Christianity; the difference being that Christianity believes in God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit.  All focus on charity, prayer and worship and the declaration of faith and trust, – professing … Continue reading

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The Lost Treasure by Mustafa Honsi

Start anything you do with the name of God; our substance comes from God alone. Forget all the worries that encumber you; trust in God and no one can hurt you. When you need help, turn only to God. Always … Continue reading

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Metakinesis

  I think it is always interesting to read about your faith from someone else’s eyes, especially if that someone is an anthropologist!  I have been aware of the similarities in ancient creation myths of other religions and the similarity … Continue reading

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Hallelujah Jesus!

             King David from the Old Testament in the Bible was the first Pentecostals, dancing and rejoicing before the Lord in his underwear (2 Samuel 6:14)!  Being filled with the Holy Spirit isn’t something new – the Holy Spirit actually … Continue reading

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Medical and healing among the Southwest Tribes

Health and healing are among the most important concerns of Native American ritual. It is essential to understand the concept of health other than in the terms of Western medicine. Many Native American cultures understand illness not as the result … Continue reading

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Faith and Healing

         Faith and religious practice have the potential to improve physical and emotional health as well as to help people cope with illness and suffering.  A model was developed in the 1970s by psychiatrist George Engel, who viewed the impact … Continue reading

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Was Jesus Real?

For many Christians there has to come a point at some time in their walk of faith that they ask the question was Jesus real?  I’ve asked that many times!  As I sit in church I often wonder is this … Continue reading

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