Author Archives: revstevehughes

About revstevehughes

Steve is a middle-aged, ordinary guy with a passion for God!

Thoughts on the Third Strand (a little inspirational piece about the sanctify of marriage in the spirit of the Declaration of Independence)

When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for children to alter the familial bands which have connected them with their parents, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station of Holy … Continue reading

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Sovereign Wisdom and Perfect Love

When I reflect on the events and the circumstances I have experienced over the years; when I “ponder anew what the Almighty can do” and marvel at the way He has so skillfully woven His will into the tapestry of … Continue reading

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The Heartbeat of Prayer

There is no greater work on earth in which to engage than prayer. There is no greater power to possess, no greater weapon to employ, no greater instrument to wield, no greater strategy to effect change in the world than … Continue reading

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Snow Covers

Seems like just yesterday it was summer. The land around me was teeming with lush green grass and tall flourishing trees. The gently rolling, blue hills in the distance and the misty rays of sunshine forming arbitrary boundaries around the … Continue reading

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amplecti magnitudinem – Embrace Greatness

The people who dwell on this earth in this generation have a great responsibility to stand together for truth, for justice, for righteousness and for peace; ours is a sacred task that must not be taken lightly. Regardless of race, … Continue reading

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Why we need another Lincoln!

I stood in awe again last night at the sight of the Lincoln Memorial, resplendent with empyreal radiance, illuminating the darkness above the DC skyline. And in my reverie, I was reminded that there are two primary reasons why Abraham … Continue reading

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RELFECTIONS ON ABRAHAM: Why Abraham is my hero! part 2

(this was originally posted on my Facebook page May 1, 2010) Abraham, from Ur of the Chaldees, is my new hero for two big reasons. The second reason is nearly as incredible as the first. Reason #2. “Abraham, when called … Continue reading

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