The opposite of faith is doubt or certainty, depending on perspective. I’m considering how it’s... lying?
We live in a web of lies - realise or accept them - more or less? Some, we understandably don’t get, others and we’ll never know enough of the why’s or what’s. Or, there’s unwitting conning. But there’s ones we . . .
Blessed who need God-a-lot. Blessed mourning.
I don’t think I’ve heard so much what God might be saying to the broadly-evangelical church. Only for-sure: Stop believing the lies about the empire.
There’s no debate about these. We’re down to details. To quote from Paul Craig Roberts latest, ‘...as no evidence is . . .
Good to know God is in our life. Very good. One way in, is for us to have... not much else. Blessed poor and all that. Necessity through circumstances. What’s rightly called ‘a blessing’. Of course, ‘so many years, slaving in a factory’ or on JSA, all designed to rip any struggle beyond survive.
If God can provide, as we . . .
I mourn about, and for, the new humanity. It’s all that we can do. Not moan, my frustration, but groan some-thing, of God. What have we become? I mean the church.
Theologies that we should see through for their debilitating doing are so planted, so engrained. I’d deep and g-utterly leap inside, if someone/within reason, . . .
I often write and later think twice. On Unity (yesterday)? Should add: The internet is racked and rattled (parts I’ve been), with a certain self-indulgent crit-ing. This hasn’t necessarily contributed improvements in how better to wrangle a corner/than not.
Noise from this, causing many over the years to Esc. “The . . .
Read this (Tweet), this morn; ‘People who think online relationships aren't "real" are doing it wrong’.
That’s right, but ain't we just fooled into believing otherwise.
The internet has made us all little-kings. To ignore, is considered reasonable. All too busy to do otherwise, we say. The . . .