• Echoes of Yesterday

    2 July, 2017

    Half a century ago the Beatles longed for yesterday, when troubles seemed so far away. Two and a half millennia ago the Israelites longed for freedom, to also place their troubles far way. Egypt's loathsome and brutal toil had become too much to bear. To answer their prayer the Lord parted…...[read more]

  • High Voltage Intellect

    16 May, 2017

    Freethinkers and skeptics abound. Science and knowledge hold the world of faith to an intellectual ransom. Men of genius are honored. Articulate naysayers are well received, quoted and then repeated again. Their learning is preserved, to be trotted out when their observations suit another's…...[read more]

  • Something is Forever

    27 April, 2017

    Hallelujah! Something is steadfast. Something is forever... And there is my peace. ~ Rev Rob Stanley Today's Soul Snippet: 'The power of man can never reverse the sentence of God'. ~ Thomas Moore Permission is granted (and you are also encouraged) to reprint SoulSnacks in hard copy…...[read more]

  • What Anger Is#

    25 April, 2017

    Anger is a temptation for betterment that only invites disaster. "When you blame others you give up the power to change". ~ Robert Anthony Human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires. (James 1:20) Today's Soul Snippet: 'The fundamental deception of satan is…...[read more]

  • Grace Endures

    21 April, 2017

    Grace is never in short supply. It can not be 'sold out', caught on the docks in a container, or become stale under a noon-day sun. Grace is not frail. For from Jesus' fullness we have all received grace upon grace. (John 1:16) Today's Soul Snippet: 'Faith is the…...[read more]

  • In God's Image

    26 March, 2017

    God has formed mankind in His image. To this day men are still learning to live in their creator's image. The characteristics of God are His glory and His image. Some of these are: compassion, slowness to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness, graciousness, mercy and forgiveness. Mankind…...[read more]

  • A Grandma's Justice - New York Style#

    23 March, 2017

    In the winter of 1935, the United States reeled from the throes of the Great Depression. Fiorello La Guardia presided as New York's mayor during those dark days. He was completely unpredictable, a man full of surprises. On a most miserable evening he attended a night court within one of New…...[read more]

  • Good Guidance from a Great Grandma#

    22 March, 2017

    Grandma, some ninety plus years, sat in quietness on the porch bench. She didn't move, just sat. Her lowered head gazed at her hands. When I sat beside her she didn't acknowledge my presence, and the longer I sat the more I wondered if she was OK. Finally, not really wanting to disturb her…...[read more]

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