For the bonds, all the components must be present and if one is missing, the bond tends to tilt towards travesty. When I think of this, I think of the law, too.
even though the world would not know the HOLY SPIRIT, they would know us and when they do, they'll see GOD in flesh – which we are. Amen.
Such words as “Religion”, “rites”, “ritual”, “revenge” to name a few. I feel these words – and more like them – are they which should not be comfortably descriptive of the Christian. They come with their unrefined notions and unwanted baggage. Anyway, permit me to rephrase your latter verses in this first chapter as the Conservatives' Creed: Eight Lovely Christian Notions the World Hates.
When we doubt and have no faith, we are just like this: looking for solution and not the progression to that very solution. Faith calls us to be partakers of the vision to action and not the search for action without vision. Truthfully, without faith, we are flying blind.
But, James, before you say what faith is, you say we should rejoice when our faith is tested and tried in trial. Do you mean persecution? Do you mean rejection, the rejection because of faith? Do you mean the dejection by reason of faith in a faithless world? Do you mean the challenge of faith to fate? Or the challenge of faith by doubt and sceptics? Well if you do; Okay.
Another point is that with polygamy comes the need to constantly judge – not just character but the array of choices. You'll need to know good and evil, good from evil and it goes on and on. Every contact has two sides…you need to decide on which is which. That’s the true conflict and it’s all happening inside you, first.
Have you ever asked, how much you need to pay for faith to reveal itself? What's the price-tag of faith? How frequently should you pay to renew your subscription to salvation? To what bank? What is the money used for? How expensive is faith and salvation and the freedom by redemption?
BOND 275 Dear Oyin, I'm writing this for myself but also for those like me – like you, sometimes. Like all of us who – like us – are plagued with the misery of crying out so beautifully. Whose bleeding hearts are art. People applaud at our pain and at how well crafted our minds … Continue reading THE CONFLICT OF BEING LIKE THE MESSIAH