Tag Archives: Christian

Crossed

V, I’ll call him. Read carefully because you may meet him one day too. The first time I met the man, I just knew there was no way on earth I could like him. He is a very set in his … Continue reading

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The Insanity of God

Nik Ripken, in the prologue of his book, The Insanity of God, asks questions… well, here’s a sampling. 1. Does God, in fact, promise His children safety? 2. Do things always work out for those who are obedient? 3. Does … Continue reading

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Supernatural or Superficial

“A superficial approach to Christianity always results in a spectator mentality in the church.” “However, if Christianity involves supernatural regeneration whereby the God of the universe reaches down his hand of mercy into the depths of our souls, forgives us … Continue reading

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With Clenched Fists

Praying is no easy matter. It demands a relationship in which you allow someone other than yourself to enter into the very center of your person, to see there what you would rather leave in darkness, and to touch there … Continue reading

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The Portcullis of Privation

They went after false idols and became false… 2 Kings 17:15 Through dark night and ascent St. John of the Cross describes the journey to union with God as one needs be traveled through privation. It’s a word we know … Continue reading

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