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And, Here I Go Again on My Own…

By Patrick Hawthorne In my younger days – my rocking – air guitar playing – singing into the make believe banana microphone days – I enjoyed jamming to one song in particular.  It was White Snakes, “Here I Go Again.”

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That Person is Too Mean for Even God to Touch…Or Are They?

By Patrick Hawthorne We’ve all met one.  I’m referring to that cold, heartless person who is so mean they are lower than a snake in a wagon’s rut.  Nothing makes them happy.  Nothing makes them thankful.  Their whole countenance is

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God’s Fragrance Diffuser’s

By Patrick Hawthorne 14 Now thanks be unto God, which always causeth us to triumph in Christ, and maketh manifest the savour of his knowledge by us in every place. 15 For we are unto God a sweet savour of Christ, in them

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Preparing for the Backside of the Storm!

By Patrick Hawthorne   The hurricane is one of the most fierce of the storms that nature can throw at us.  Extreme winds, flooding rain, and dangerous storm surges are but a part of the chaos brought about by these

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Technology…Smechnology

By Patrick Hawthorne The other day, I was riding around on my lawn mower.  Well, let’s just say that I was riding the high side of the swamp land  left by the weekly torrential rains that have plagued North Louisiana

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Through the Lens of a Prophecy Teacher

by Patrick Hawthorne   For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.  (John 3:16)   From an early age, John 3:16 captured my

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Set in Motion – The Ripple Effect

By Patrick Hawthorne My Pastor was finishing up a month long series titled, “Being Better.”  For twenty-one days of the month, my church, as a whole, set out to fast and pray.  To coin the famous words of Charles Dickens,

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