Monthly Archives: October 2015

It’s Time…Let It Be…

“The foregoing generations beheld God and nature face to face; we, through their eyes. Why should not we also enjoy an original revelation of the universe? Why should not we have a poetry and philosophy of insight and a religion … Continue reading

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What if…The Kingdom

My Reflexion for Today: “One day the Pharisees asked Jesus, “When will the Kingdom of God come?” Jesus replied, “The Kingdom of God can’t be detected by visible signs (is not a visible, tangible place [is not of this physical … Continue reading

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Image Bearers

“‘Becoming like Jesus’ is not merely adopting the moral virtues we see in him, but sharing in his completeness that produced them” (Jim Palmer, Divine Nobodies). Have you ever wanted to be like someone else?  I have! As a child I wanted … Continue reading

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My Theological Worldview (Part II)

 “In Him I live, In Him I move, In Him I have my being…” (Acts 17:28). My former faith evolved in conformity to the religious Matrix’s tenets and statements of faith.  I hoped to grow in resemblance to its lingo and mimic its behavior, as I adopted the … Continue reading

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My Theological Worldview

I believe the scriptures’ overarching theme revolve around Love’s (God) plan of creating a human race in His image and likeness with whom He planned having intimate relationship with and with whom He would share lordship over all His creation … Continue reading

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My Drug of Choice

Addiction I’ve never had an issue with drugs or alcohol.  I’ve never done drugs or felt the need for them.  I’ve drunk beer, wine, and rum, yet never felt the need for a second can, glass or shot.  But when it comes to religion, … Continue reading

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Done & Gone!

I once heard someone say that we become what we hate.  James said “…we are transformed by Whom we behold in the Mirror.” Solomon said, “…as a man thinks in his heart, so is he.” Paul said “…we convict ourselves … Continue reading

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