Catching on some Alex, post Rand Paul interview, Wednesday, 2 hour 30’s:
/we need an arrogance/know where this roads leads/can’t take those we love there/world govt. arriving/finally/and people don’t like it/our decadence allowed the elites to take over/so we really do have to look in the mirror/reach out/common . . .
Jesus never appealed to the enemy for justice. Yet God gives us - to give all. To see it done. On earth as it is... Justice through personal redemption and evangelism, the building of safe, yet dangerous spaces (locals); the expansion to the uttermost of calls to take care of the orphans and widows. All through costly, continual - . . .
Battle without physical violence is God’s way. There’s no ambiguity, paradox or holding back. There’s a time for war and a time for peace. God cannot bring about the later, without the former. God wants peace. God hates war, because it destroys his material world and most painfully (for God), maims and kills his precious peoples. It . . .
The CoE? Yesterday I was mildly scathing about them, detached. Today, grieved. Jesus lovers can easily project disdain onto this juggernaut. A bag to punch. Its death proceeds us. We like to be there.
Does anyone care? Or what? If there’s sufficient ‘walk outs’ its over?
But what of God? A word?
I utterly . . .
Shaped (yatsar) and knew (yada).
Statements that I believe to be biblically true (with one or two, in prayerful consideration about).
They come out of a conviction that Jeremiah 1 and on: God particularly speaks through, to us, today. The question is why are so few of us prepared to the face our . . .
The outer limits of open before contradiction.
Why are some people awake? Or do this or that?
I need to pray and cannot respond today.