Category: DEVOTION

KEEPING THE FAITH

How do we keep faith for a lifetime? Does it involve screwing up our eyes, gritting our teeth, and suspending reason? I'm not writing on this subject as a claim to great faith. I am no man of faith in the sense of doing great works or of being notably godly or holy, because I … Continue reading KEEPING THE FAITH

A HOT, PASSIONATE LOVE-AFFAIR

I recently became a victim of the coronavirus. And while I know most people suffer minimal symptoms from it, I've been very sick for almost two weeks. When something big takes hold of your life-if only for a week or two-you start asking questions about life: profound questions. Here's one: Is what I devote my … Continue reading A HOT, PASSIONATE LOVE-AFFAIR

GIVING CREDIT TO GOD

The Church is failing itself in many ways, but unfortunately also failing God. One of the biggest of those failures is in the defence of simple, fundamental Biblical truths, such as this one: In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. We've become so brainwashed by propaganda and outright lies that we don't … Continue reading GIVING CREDIT TO GOD

WHY ARE WE HERE?: THE INTRICACY/STUPIDITY PARADOX

Why is it that the potential of our brains and our bodies is so much greater than our behaviour? (This music, "MAKE MAN" © was written and recorded by me, years ago. Headphones on! Turn it up!) This post is a repeat from five years ago, it's edited a little, and it's a sequel to a … Continue reading WHY ARE WE HERE?: THE INTRICACY/STUPIDITY PARADOX

THE CARPENTER’S SON

Do you ever feel inadequate, in a world where everyone seems to be going to university and getting degrees, and in which people separate themselves from you because you aren't intelligent or accomplished in their eyes? I once wrote a post titled, "Are Christians Ignorant?" The point was (I think) that people with the greatest … Continue reading THE CARPENTER’S SON