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Sanctity of the moment

Heather Tosteson

Sanctity of the moment

poems from four decades

by Heather Tosteson

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Published by Wising Up Press in Decatur, GA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementHeather Tosteson
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3620.O885 S26 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination242 p. :
Number of Pages242
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24545233M
ISBN 109780979655296
LC Control Number2010926563
OCLC/WorldCa645268571

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The sanctity of sex in marriage clearly calls for the sanctity of sex before marriage. May God grant you the conviction to stand against the flood of cultural and peer pressure. In conclusion, let me suggest three additional ways in which the sanctity of sex is to be applied in a practical way. The present moment includes some things over which we have control, but it also carries with it difficulties we cannot avoid—such things as a business failure, a bad cold, rain on picnic days, an unwelcome visitor, a fallen cake, a buzzer that doesn’t work, a fly in the milk, and a boil on the nose the night of the dance.

At Corinth idolatry assumed a most imposing, luxurious, and voluptuous form. It is quite in accordance with all we know of the opulent and pleasure loving inhabitants of and visitors to "the star of Hellas," that those controversies and scandals which are dealt with so fully in this chapter should arise in a Christian society planted by the apostle at Corinth. The sanctity of time came first, the sanctity of man came second, and the sanctity of space last. Time was hallowed by God; space, the Tabernacle, was consecrated by Moses. While the festivals celebrate events that happened in time, the date of the month assigned for each festival in the calendar is determined by the life in nature.


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