Wise Words for Today



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It is important to note here that when man fell from grace, he lost a kingdom, not a religion. He lost dominion over the earth; he did not lose Heaven. Therefore, mankind’s search is not for a religion or for Heaven, but for his kingdom.

This is why religion can never satisfy the deep hunger in the heart of man. Religion is itself a search. No religion can substitute for the kingdom or fill the vacuum in man’s soul. The hunger of the human heart is for the lost kingdom.

Dr. Myles Munroe


2 thoughts on “Wise Words for Today

  1. We are OUTRAGED by one priest’s dress code that prevents us from celebrating Mass. Please visit and lend your support at my blog. Thank you.

    If I had in any way offended you with this comment, please delete with my sincere apologies. Thank you, Eric

    1. Mick Turner


      I visited your blog and read with absolute shock the post about how you and your wife were treated at St. Andrews. I am assuming this is a Catholic parish from the priest’s responses. Your wife was appropriately dressed for any occasion and the fact that her pants were about two inches above her ankle is a non-issue in my book. It is this very sort of thing that is driving many people away from the church (all denominations). I should think that Christ’s disciples, gathered in the Upper Room for the last time with the Master, may have even been showing a little ankle, don’t you think? Especially with all the foot washing that was going on. It would seem to me that the Catholic church has far more important problems to address than the distance a lady’s pants rises above her ankle. Unbelievable!

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