Imagine that you were abducted by aliens and pulled into their world. You aren't in servitude to any being and at the very least that freedom has given you the opportunity to make your own way in their world. What would your prominent thoughts be?You probably already know the answer, because it's most likely the … Continue reading Mile 135: This is OUR season of life. Why?
We are dealing with another mass shooting in America. While political pundits are sending thoughts and condolences and asking for some sort of gun policy, I'm asking a deeper question - Why is there evil in the world? Why, if God is all powerful, does evil persist? In this post I'm inviting you into a … Continue reading Mile 127: What draws us so far into evil? Is it God’s fault? (my musings after the shooting in Pittsburgh)
Your work of righteousness is not so that you can get closer to God, it's for you to get closer to others. I could leave this post with that thought and feel fine about it but since I still want to learn how to write better... The backdrop of all the divisiveness (i.e. politically, ethnically, … Continue reading Mile 126: My thoughts towards the Body Of Christ in the midst of our societal divisiveness. Do you see it this way too?
I remember hearing a joke at a debate I once watched. It goes like this: A man visits an old farmers garden, and he observes, "The Lord certainly has blessed you with a beautiful garden." The farmer replies, "Yes, but you should have seen it before I got here and God had it all to … Continue reading Mile 37: An idea and question for the merely Christian
Sometimes it may seem that what you are trying to do is more difficult than what it looked like in your head when you imagined yourself. It's going through the hard times that make your faith shine brightest. Because when everyone else is in the stands looking and betting on when you will give up, … Continue reading Mile 27: A simple but profound hope