INTERVIEWING JOHN MARK (Third Segment)

However, JESUS could tell those who were following HIM for the right reasons and the parables were key to sieving them from those who followed for wrong and selfish reasons. It was an appetizer to some and to others, a buffer. However, this style of parables was also a reflection of HIS composition; it showed us that HE had the grasp of wisdom to condense the high value of GOD to the low person.

The Conservatives’ Creed: Eight Lovely Christian Notions the World Hates (Part Three)

We look at the mirror, see the defects of sin but immediately forget what kind of wreck we are because we have – over time – been in the habit of ignoring the solution. That when GOD says a thing to us – in whatever way heaven pleases to say – we hear but we don't act on it. In doing this, continuously, we set a precedence of complacence and a fence of negligence such that we cannot even do a thing to save ourselves.

The Burial of Moses: A lens on Consequence, Evidence, benevolence and Tense (Part One)

The FOURTH issue is that with contention comes a digression from progression to regret. Someone remembers the past and begins to not just doubt but specifically wish they had not known the truth or met the truth personified in JESUS; someone thinks they should not submit to GOS's sovereignty and in this, humanity begins a movement to accuse GOD: not by words, alone, but by actions or worse: by intentions which fight GOD more than we know.

RE: What Have you Done?

BOND 289 This is an incomplete spoken-word poem (an impersonation): I’ve fallen/ I've sinned/ I've grinned at sin/ I’ve sinned and grinned/ (I’ve) been weaned but sinned. I've fallen/ I've risen/ Again, I hope to begin/ but being human is sick if I don't live, meek/ I have owed morality a great debt/ I’m shallow-minded … Continue reading RE: What Have you Done?