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“I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.”Psalm 139:14
I’d like to share with you a story.
There was once a man who, from a young age, possessed the gift of great intellectual ability. During the time his peers were learning to walk, he was learning to speak. When his peers were learning to speak, he was learning to compose sentences and calculate equations. When his peers were learning to compose sentences and calculate equations, he was learning to hold his own in argument and debate. His remarkable aptitude rendered him an intellectual prodigy, no doubt! By the time he was a man, there was no one who could surpass him in debate, and his knowledge surpassed all others in leaps and bounds.Continue reading “The Source of a Man’s Strength”
I, Anna Smith, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States… so help me God.Continue reading “Living the Catholic Faith in the U.S. Military”
When I think of past friendships that caused me anxiety, I think of this quote from a song by NEEDTOBREATHE: “It’s wrong when it feels like work, to belong all I feel is hurt.”Continue reading “Finding Authentic Friendships When You Have Anxiety”
When I was eleven years old, I discovered pornography. What began as curiosity transformed into an ongoing, hidden wound for seven years. The devil took hold of my feelings of isolation and insecurities, feeding me lies. As is common in any form of habitual sin, I felt there was no way out. But that was a lie. As with any lie, it has since been overshadowed by Truth.Continue reading “Healing from Impurity”
Imagine God looking at us now. For the first time – in a very long time – families are spending time together. Your world now revolves around your family rather than your job, your hobbies, your friends, and your schoolwork.Continue reading “How to Survive Being Stuck in Quarantine with Family”