Audio version read by Cheryl who-do-you-say-that-i-am.mp3 Who do You say That I am? Jesus asked this question of His closest followers. It was a fair question, as He was an enigma to His own culture like He is to ours. The Jews were expecting a political Messiah who would free them from Roman bondage and... Continue Reading →
There is more than one invisible entity at work in our world. One brings sickness, the other life. God versus the virus.
Serving an idol devised by our expectations of what a god should be is much safer than serving the living God that Jesus revealed.
We are programmed to worship. If it is not God it will be something else that at least cannot help but at most can destroy.
In a social climate in which Christianity is easily misunderstood as well as antagonistic to some cultural norms, we have a hard question to answer.
Going to church could be deadly if it does not translate into heart change and care for those around us.
Sometimes we will go to extremes to help those we care about, dispensing with propriety and fueling faith.
There are many things that we can be mistaken about without weighty consequences. But eternity is too important to put at risk with a personally comfortable but dangerously inaccurate concept of God and His relationship to mankind (me).