We believe that being in Christ simply translates to skipping all the terrible parts and jumping straight to the glorious end. As soon as we fall ill, we begin to kabash on various levels, banishing evil spirits and powers, claiming the stripes of Jesus and all that.
Faith is not about what Christ wants to give us! It is about what Christ has given us! We have obtained a promise, far greater than what the human mind can fathom, so huge that it is all that heaven holds treasurable.
We came in early tonight Earlier than previous nights Our brief hug devoid of emotions Setting aside our nightly devotions We parted ways like birds take flight The sadness, like a potion Tears apart the cords that once held us Melting the connect that ignited our motion Making me feel like a confused Ahasuerus Can … Continue reading Time Machine
The current trend in the body of Christ most certainly does not favour a positive approach to impediments and handicaps. In fact, you most probably will feel less Christian if you fall sick, or get diagnosed with cancer, or you have an accident and an arm has to go, or you lose your job, or … Continue reading Blessedness of Handicaps
God decided to do more than make me feel loved. He began to teach me, and I realised the many reasons why everything had to happen
All over the Bible, we see how love is described as the loftiest of virtues, and as the most valuable character trait to pursue. And in there I began to understand that love is not what you feel when your hormones are running Need For Speed over a fine young lady.