Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’”
Matthew 4:4


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Bread:  wikipeida

Cold Water: Wikimedia

MotorBoad: wikipedia
Family Bible: Wikipedia
Alph & Omega: 
Internet map:  Wikipedia
 Money Changers: Wikipedia
Procures: Wikipedia/The Procuress

 Magna Carta/
star trek/
 The Good Shepherd/ 

Declaration of Independence (1819)/



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Biblia Files  * latest *

Timeless Truths 
PPP (Psalms, Proverbs, Politics)


Biblia Files

Wikipedia/Family Bible

Biblia Files (part 1) - Thru the Bible
(As human nature has not changed nor have our predicaments, the stories in this collection of many books is more up-to-date than tomorrow's 24/7 news cycle.) compromise

Biblia Files (part 2) - What is the Bible Basically About?
(Who is this Alpha and Omega?  (Hint:  The Lamb and the Cross are a giveaway.) )




Biblia Files (part 3) - 
Gideon - weakness, warts and all

( many of us may feel like Gideon - small, insignificant, weak - especially when oppressed by powerful foes.  But  God uses our weaknesses as the key to tap into His resources and give us His strength to open the door to victory.) 


Wikipedia/Christ driving the Traders from the Temple

Biblia Files (part 4) - Holy Hyperlinks

(For bloggers, hyperlinks are our friends.  They can link the reader to another page with more information about a key phrase or give a reference for a point made.
...And as we are in the season of Lent, here is a great example of one of these Holy Hyperlinks that Jesus used in throwing out the money changers in the Temple.) Light

Biblia Files (part 4) - 
Waiting ....

Advent ... it's all about waiting. and frown

Biblia Files (part 6) - 
Crowns and Frowns

"Dissatisfaction, unhappiness, and such are maladies throughout the ages."
S. K. Smith



The Good Shepherd/

Biblia Files (part 7) - 
Follow Me

"...what it may have been like if Jesus walked the earth during the days some social media"
S. K. Smith

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  Jews Praying in the Synagogue on Yom Kippur/

Biblia Files (part 8) - 
What's Yom Kippur? 

Blessings for the New Year of 5779!

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Biblia Files (part 9) -
 Song of Solomon 
and Keeping Mum

Solomon's timeless songs saved the marriage, rekindled passion, and got them through the crisis.

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Wikipedia/Internet map

Proverbs (part 1) - Information vs. Wisdom
(How do we manage with so much information thrown at us - ever growing, ever changing?
It takes some wisdom.)


Wikipedia/Beowulf and the dragon

Proverbs (part 2) - 
Live Long and Prosper
(We may know it as a Vulcan greeting from Star Trek.  And it may be no coincidence that the actor, Leonard Nimoy, who first played Mr. Spock, and made this phrase well know, again, is Jewish.)



Wikipedia/The Procuress

Proverbs (part 3) - 
Strangers with eye candy?

(The Book of Proverbs spends many chapters warning young men about the strange woman ...  the adulterous woman.  And those warnings certainly apply to the young woman about the strange man.)


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Timeless Truths


 Timeless Truths (part 1) - 
A Cup of Cold Water
(And whosoever shall give to drink unto one of these little ones a cup of cold water only in the name of a disciple, verily I say unto you, he shall in no wise lose his reward. - Matthew 10:42)



Heart in the Milky Way

 Timeless Truths (part 2) -
(God's amazing, tender, pursuing love.)



Motor Boat

 Timeless Truths (part 3) - 
Hakuna Matata - No Worries?
(The words of Jesus counsel us to stay in the present.  And 21st century science has shown we are much happier when we do that.  (Smart Jesus.)



 Timeless Truths(part 4) - 
A Mother's Advice

(And as Mother's Day has been set aside to recognize mothers - without mothers none of us would be here - it seems fitting to offer tribute to this most famous of mothers, who to this day has given us the most excellent advice.)

Timeless Truths 
(part 5): 
Always Assume Positive Intent

(At times, quick judgments must be made.  At first, they may service us well as a filter - to see trouble coming and avoid it.  But left unchecked, quick judgments with limited information can morph into prejudice.  We don't know the whole story.)


Magna Carta/

Timeless Truths 
(part 6) - 
Magna Carta - 
800 years 
and still going strong
(In 1215, failed foreign policies and heavy taxation spurred an uprising of powerful English barons against King John. Under duress, this successor to his brother Richard I, the Lion Heart signed a document which put all future monarchs under the rule of law.) 

S. K. Smith


NFL gameball/

Timeless Truths (part 7) - 
Fighting for that Inch

"It was the inches that won the game. A real-time drama that was stranger than fiction. "
S. K. Smith



star trek/

Faith (part 1) - 
Star Trek and Christianity

through this SciFi series, we find faith in unexpected places"
S. K. Smith


Declaration of Independence (1819)/

Faith (part 2) -
 Founding Fathers' Faith 
the Fourth of July

"This Fourth of July may we remember the blessings of God and be thankful for the Faith of our Founding Fathers."
S. K. Smith



Faith (part 3) - 
Halloween 500 years ago

"Reformation is an ongoing process, a never ending test."



 PPP- Psalms, Proverbs, Politics

Proverb Scroll/

PPP (part 1) - 
All Men are Liars

"It's a basic truth of the human condition
that everybody lies. The only variable is about what."

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Pale Blue Dot/

PPP (part 2) - 
Psalms, Proverbs, 
and the Pale Blue Dot

"The Pale Blue Dot ... in Psalms and Proverbs.

It makes the Politics of the Earth pale in comparison to the vastness of space...."

S. K. Smith

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