Author Archives: FraterBovious

The Supreme Dominion of God

Error in Prayer In a previous post regarding prayer, I commented on the proper disposition to prayer. However, what triggered that post  was a woman’s concern over obtaining verification that her prayers were heard. So now I would like to … Continue reading

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WILLPOWER, PART 3

But, What If I Really Am Doing What I Don’t Want To Do? BY: Frater Bovious (CARROLLTON, TX – Cradle of Civilization) I need to make clear that the two previous columns specifically did not address addiction. With regard to … Continue reading

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WILLPOWER, PART 2

What Do You Want? BY: Frater Bovious (CARROLLTON, TX, Cradle of Civilization) This is a follow up to the previous post, The Truth About Willpower. In that post I argue that our wills function as designed, and that when we … Continue reading

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THE TRUTH ABOUT WILLPOWER

The Pursuit of Happiness BY: Frater Bovious (CARROLLTON, TX, Cradle of Civilization) Writing in the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson pens these famous words: We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are … Continue reading

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CLOWNS FOR CHRIST

Bummer Reality BY: Frater Bovious (CARROLLTON, TX – Cradle of Civilization) The topic of clowns was addressed in another blogger’s post titled “This will explain much”. In the post, clowns famous and infamous were noted, and the question asked, “Fear … Continue reading

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Crossword Puzzle

Just Because I Can

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OF YETIS AND GHOSTS

Morning Prayer BY: Frater Bovious We have acquired two Great Pyrenees, both still puppies, though one is at least 70 pounds and 24 inches tall at the withers (withers – strange word, that). Mostly because we complained so much about … Continue reading

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