Author Archives: rosesscott

No Shame

Does the gospel ever strike you as being just a little weird? Is it really “good news” or just a collection of crazy ramblings from ancient authors? Has something been lost in the translation from ancient Greek, Hebrew and Latin … Continue reading

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The nightly news

Recently I heard a radio announcer say the nightly news was straight out of the book of Revelation. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have wielded unprecedented paths of destruction through the southern states and the Caribbean. Irma is one of the … Continue reading

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Repost: View from an Airplane

From the window of the plane, the earth below is a random collection of rugged snow-topped peaks. Placid lakes, scattered like pearls over the snowy Rockies are strung together unevenly by meandering streams, rivers and forests. We descend into the … Continue reading

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Glimpses of Glory

Instead of having two blogs with the same name, I’ve decided to diversify. For a while I thought I could get away with one blog, but being who I am, apparently I cannot. Here at Glimpses of Glory as seen … Continue reading

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Alpha and Omega

No-one would deny that Revelation a complex book. A lot of symbols, prophecy and layers of potential interpretations.  The last book of the Bible has inspired stacks of books, art and more than a few “out there” predictions and false … Continue reading

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On becoming Real

Image: The Holy City    https://www.flickr.com/photos/waitingfortheword/5733219084/in/album-72157626748303260/ The classic children’s tale The Velveteen Rabbit is the story of a child’s toy. Not knowing that there were real rabbits in the world, the Velveteen Rabbit is told that becoming Real is a thing … Continue reading

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Justice or Mercy

How can God be just? This past week, a terror attack in Belgium rocked the world. As the bereaved mourned their dead in the city square, cries for justice went up among angry young men who wish to impose their own form … Continue reading

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