tested genuineness

Peter sent an epistle to suffering Christians, and he knew they were grieved. Times of crisis likely felt all too frequent to those believers, as they read Peter's letter. Peter addressed their trials with love, sympathy, and truth. But in that letter, he also spoke of something different, something vastly crucial. ...the tested genuineness of... Continue Reading →

faith & the Mona Lisa

Suppose you viewed the Mona Lisa at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France. As the most famous, valuable painting in the world, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, it would be hard not to revel in the moment- regardless of the degree to which you appreciate the art for its aesthetics. As you experienced art at its height,... Continue Reading →

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