Hi, my name is Linda Throgmorton. This blog “Living by God’s Word – A Subject Devotional for Everyday Life” will be dedicated to spiritual help, inspiration and guidance.
Along with my Subject Devotionals, I will be adding God inspired poems from my “Poems of the Spirit” book, which was written in 1998. I will also be adding some newer poems that were not included in the book.
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Gluttony: The act or habit of eating to excess. Glutton: One who has a great appetite or capacity for something. Devotion for Gluttony “In general, mankind, since the improvement of cookery, eats twice as much as nature requires.” ~ Benjamin … Continue reading
Bondage: Involuntary servitude; slavery; serfdom. Subjection to any influence or domination. Devotion for Bondage Bondage is not a word that society really thinks is relevant to the present times. In the past, bondage usually applied to slavery, a person being … Continue reading
Boast: To talk in a vain or bragging manner. To speak or possess with pride; To brag about; extol. To be proud to possess; take pride in. Boasting – verb Devotion for Boasting My new car is awesome, it will go … Continue reading
Anger: A feeling of sudden and strong displeasure and antagonism directed against the cause of an assumed wrong or injury. Devotion for Anger Anger is a completely natural reaction to any deserved or undeserved pain inflicted by another person, and … Continue reading
Adoration: The act of adoring, as in worship. A feeling of profound admiration and devotion. Adore; to render divine honors to; worship as divine. To love or honor with intense devotion. Devotion for Adoration We say things like, “Don’t you … Continue reading
Addiction: The act of applying or devoting (oneself) habitually; Addited suggests a pathological weakness; given suggests a tendency or usual practice. Both addicted and given may apply to good or bad things, but usually bad; addicted to alcohol, given to … Continue reading