Always able to say, counteracts, having something to say. Push a button get a response is a given in our techno-world. Not so with God. Takes time, takes all we are and got, takes everything. No surprise the floundering church. Moderate social environments -- relative/reasonable -- keep needs for more, muted.
While the age of missing . . .
The critical message today, one that overarches most others. That which no one much cares, or prepared, to get upset about. Say what?
Fed a chorus of denial to sing along. Supposed admirable. Sensible. Clever, tough... on and on.
We're not sure, there are solutions -- this, if we've looked, see and accept, the troubles among us. . . .
God has goals. Spoken by us, through Him. May even have been spoken over-us, post-conception. In the womb. For instance, Jeremiah had words given to him later, that were originally declared before he was born. Ones others might share.
These can come early-on, these 'words over'. They're generally conditional but from a . . .
Ever heavier intoxicating disruption pervades. The outcome should rise up deep concentration upon God. Where else? Who else? What else?
Yet, go running other ways. Away from... in a subconscious protest. Substitutes or ever returning to the only one? Blessed are... wherein the poor and hungry take heart.
How many thousand times for these . . .
We're given hope for humanity but that's different from cruising along with the idols. Does, wider-than our little huddle or self, matter? Wonder if and who does -- well God does. Care and it matters.
The Saker's latest and comments you could read a race between US economic demise and regional wars.
This assuming the thesis of . . .
Something about the Bible. The way the words engage with us. God, through and with them. They claim about themselves special substance and weight but how and why?
The uniqueness of Christ and the primacy of the Bible, are claims that provoke opposition. How about the words themselves. Translated from -- yet? Info with poetics -- that it?
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First two minutes. Rewind; Misty Edwards sings her songs, ‘When You Think of Me'. Yeah.
Charismatic Church Worship is an unusual glimpse into God appearing real. Scenes of sincere abandonment and the perceived presence of God. Without the effort to project something. Not for the crowd. Not an audience but communal . . .