Entries by Michelle Fitzgerald

Freedom

Freedom. What a great word! It means: “the state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint; exemption from external control; the power to determine action without restraint; independence”. We celebrate our national freedom on July the 4th. It is a day to commemorate our freedom from Britain’s tyranny. […]

The Last Time I Heard My Father’s Voice

Father’s Day is Sunday! A day to celebrate all the fathers in our lives. Maybe yours was not so good. Maybe even cruel. Neglectful. Abusive. Absent.  Maybe Father’s Day is something you want to skip over. Please remember you have a perfect Heavenly Father who adores you. Loves you unconditionally. He thinks you are wonderful. […]

Progressive Christianity

Just like everything else, progressive-ism has come to Christianity. Let me give you some bullet points about what they teach: The Bible is not the authoritative Word of GodThere is no such thing as Original Sin – man is basically goodAdam and Eve are an allegoryThere are no miracles such as the Virgin Birth and […]

What Did Jesus Look Like?

What does Jesus look like? To be honest, we don’t know. Humanly, He was of Middle Easter descent so probably had an olive-toned skin. He was Jewish and probably had dark hair and dark eyes. I doubt He was very tall. So, humanly He looked sort of average. The Bible says, “He has no stately […]

Chariots and Christmas Peace

What does a chariot have to do with Christmas? Chariots are not part of the Christmas story. They usually have to do with transportation or war back in biblical times. I think we all have been bogged down by the events of our national election – or at least I have. I have prayed. I […]

Gladness and Singing

Posted where I can see it regularly is the Bible verse, Psalm 90:14: “Oh satisfy us in the morning with your lovingkindness, that we may sing for joy and be glad all our days.” I began to think about that. Certainly we must be satisfied with His marvelous, endless, boundless lovingkindness. But how many of […]