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A rondelet prayer for fruitfulness in Christ
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A rondelet prayer for fruitfulness in Christ(John 2:1–11 and 15:1–8; I Corinthians 11:23–30)by Salvatore Anthony LuisoO Christ the Vine,In You may we always abide.O Christ the Vine,Anointed Source of…Continue

Tags: rondelet, spiritual_fruitfulness, poetry, poem, flourishing

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A Response to "My Confession About Confession"
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     On August 3rd, 2021, Phil Miglioratti published an article entitled "My Confession About Confession". He has asked me to comment on it and post my comments on this forum. Because of the length…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard H. Skiba, Jr. Aug 20.

A Plague on the Church: False Prophets and False Prophecy

Note: This article is related to the article "Jeremiah Johnson, false prophecy, and the state of the church in America", which at present is accessible here:…Continue

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Started Jul 31

M'Cheyne on Studying Christ

     Robert Murray M'Cheyne (1813–1843) was a minister in the Church of Scotland from 1835 to 1843. After his death he became famous around the world through the book The Memoir and Remains of the…Continue

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Started Jul 17

 

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Sep 19
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A rondelet prayer for fruitfulness in Christ

A rondelet prayer for fruitfulness in Christ(John 2:1–11 and 15:1–8; I Corinthians 11:23–30)by Salvatore Anthony LuisoO Christ the Vine,In You may we always abide.O Christ the Vine,Anointed Source of the best wine:May we branches, for which You died,Bear much fruit always at Your side:O Christ the Vine.See More
Sep 19
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Free book offer: Christ Is All!

"No one can be robbed of his delights whose joy is Christ. Eternal is his gladness who rejoices in an eternal good."—Augustine of Hippo (354–430), printed on page 32 of Words Old and New: or, Gems From the Christian Authorship of All Ages, by Horatius Bonar      Phil Miglioratti (the curator, coordinator, and administrator of The #ReimagineFORUM) and I have a friend named David Bryant who has served the Lord as an ordained minister and in other ways for over fifty years. Phil has written this…See More
Sep 5
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Free book offer: Christ Is All!

"No one can be robbed of his delights whose joy is Christ. Eternal is his gladness who rejoices in an eternal good."—Augustine of Hippo (354–430), printed on page 32 of Words Old and New: or, Gems From the Christian Authorship of All Ages, by Horatius Bonar      Phil Miglioratti (the curator, coordinator, and administrator of The #ReimagineFORUM) and I have a friend named David Bryant who has served the Lord as an ordained minister and in other ways for over fifty years. Phil has written this…See More
Aug 28
Richard H. Skiba, Jr. replied to Salvatore Anthony Luiso's discussion A Response to "My Confession About Confession"
"It was like preaching to Simon and Garfunkel. The pastor did refer to the confession during his summarization of "sharing time." Beyond that https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9z87viDmOo"
Aug 20
Richard H. Skiba, Jr. replied to Salvatore Anthony Luiso's discussion A Response to "My Confession About Confession"
"Confessing Evanlogically   One Sunday, I was Moved to stand during the time of sharing, praise and prayer.  The intention to confess all my sin publicly was expressed.   The congregation gasped.   “All of my sin, of…"
Aug 17
Salvatore Anthony Luiso posted a discussion

A Response to "My Confession About Confession"

     On August 3rd, 2021, Phil Miglioratti published an article entitled "My Confession About Confession". He has asked me to comment on it and post my comments on this forum. Because of the length of my comments, I decided it was best for me to write an article in response to his. At present his article can be read here: …See More
Aug 14
Salvatore Anthony Luiso posted a discussion

A Plague on the Church: False Prophets and False Prophecy

Note: This article is related to the article "Jeremiah Johnson, false prophecy, and the state of the church in America", which at present is accessible here: http://discipleshipnetwork.ning.com/forum/topics/jeremiah-johnson-false-prophecy-and-the-state-of-the-church-in?xg_source=activity. It is not necessary to read one of these articles to understand…See More
Jul 31
Salvatore Anthony Luiso posted a discussion

M'Cheyne on Studying Christ

     Robert Murray M'Cheyne (1813–1843) was a minister in the Church of Scotland from 1835 to 1843. After his death he became famous around the world through the book The Memoir and Remains of the Rev. Robert Murray M'Cheyne, which was edited by Andrew Bonar. Following is an excerpt from that book:      "I ought to study Christ as a living Saviour more—as a Shepherd, carrying the sheep he finds—as a King, reigning in and over the souls he has redeemed—as a Captain, fighting with those who fight…See More
Jul 17
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Two books about "Dangerous" Christians

     Recently I learned of two books which were published over five years ago and which I think could be of interest to members of The #ReimagineFORUM. (The administrator of the forum, Phil Miglioratti, also thinks they could be of interest to members of it.)      The first one is The Dangerous Kind, by Graeme Sellers, which was published in 2012. At present it has ten reviews on Amazon, and all of them give it five stars. One can read a preview of it there. I have read parts of its first…See More
Jun 21
Salvatore Anthony Luiso posted a discussion

Playing the prophet

It is common nowadays to hear Christians say that the church and individual Christians should "speak prophetically" to the world. By this they mean to speak what God would have them to speak, and not necessarily to predict the future. Thus it is common to hear Christians claim that they are "speaking prophetically" when they say something which they believe God would have them to say, such as publicly calling a sin and a sin despite the world regarding it as no sin. Sad to say, it is also…See More
Jun 12
Salvatore Anthony Luiso posted a discussion

A review of the *American Experience* documentary *Billy Graham*

     Earlier this week the PBS series American Experience presented a new documentary film about Billy Graham, entitled simply Billy Graham. I watched it. For this review of it, I am going to refer to American Experience with the abbreviation "AE". At present, one can read about it, watch its trailer, and watch it in its entirety, by going here: …See More
May 22
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A Prayer for the Assistance, the Light, and the Knowledge of God

Note: This article is related to the article "A Rare Prayer for the Church", which is posted here: http://discipleshipnetwork.ning.com/forum/topics/a-rare-prayer-for-the-church-2. It is not necessary to read one of these articles to understand the other.       Psalm 80 begins with this plea: Give ear, O Shepherd of Israel, thou that leadest Joseph like a flock; thou that dwellest between the cherubims,…See More
May 15
Salvatore Anthony Luiso replied to Network Creator / Coordinator's discussion #ReimagineSCRIPTURE: Beware Modern Scribes and Pharisees.  (And Sadducees, too.)
"Note: I have written and am posting these remarks on this article because its author, Phil Miglioratti, asked me to. 1. The article extensively quotes from the Passion paraphrase (commonly referred to as a translation) of the…"
May 15
Salvatore Anthony Luiso posted a discussion

A Rare Prayer for the Church

     Psalm 80:14 says: Return, we beseech thee, O God of hosts: look down from heaven, and behold, and visit this vine;      In the book The Treasury of David, by Charles H. Spurgeon, the following prayer attributed to the Dominican friar Girolamo Savonarola (1452–1498) is quoted in connection with this verse: Still it has roots, still some branches are living. In the beginning of the world it began, and never has failed, and never will. For thou hast said, Lo, I am with you always, even unto…See More
Apr 15

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A rondelet prayer for fruitfulness in Christ

A rondelet prayer for fruitfulness in Christ

(John 2:1–11 and 15:1–8; I Corinthians 11:23–30)

by Salvatore Anthony Luiso



O Christ the Vine,

In You may we always abide.

O Christ the Vine,…

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Posted on September 18, 2021 at 5:00am

Free book offer: Christ Is All!

"No one can be robbed of his delights whose joy is Christ. Eternal is his gladness who rejoices in an eternal good."
—Augustine of Hippo (354–430), printed on page 32 of Words Old and New: or, Gems From the Christian Authorship of All Ages, by Horatius Bonar…
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Posted on August 28, 2021 at 3:30am

Two books about "Dangerous" Christians

     Recently I learned of two books which were published over five years ago and which I think could be of interest to members of The #ReimagineFORUM. (The administrator of the forum, Phil Miglioratti, also thinks they could be of interest to members of it.)
 
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Posted on June 19, 2021 at 3:00am

Poem: "Behold the Cross, where, as He buys"

Jesus saith unto them,

Did ye never read in the scriptures,

The stone which the builders rejected,

the same…

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Posted on April 5, 2021 at 12:53pm

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