Kay Cude Poetry: Be Killing Sin or it Be Killing You

I recommend John Owen's works. Admittedly, his writing is dense and difficult, being 350 years old. However, there are many helps available to aid understanding of his writing, many notes and modern language updates. Here is one from Meet the Puritans. It is very much worth it to pursue a study of Owen's monumental books. …

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Kay Cude poetry: Faith and a Broken Heart

Kay Cude poetry. Used with permission. Artist's Statement: By Kay Cude There are staunchly defended and heatedly argued "opinions" concerning man's "free-will" faith (the heart's object is "self") and his personal work of "inviting, allowing, and/or accepting" Christ VS. faith (the heart's object is Jesus) that is supplied by God in and through His sovereign …

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