19 yes we know that there is pain in the world and there are burdens that are felt but it is GOD who embellishes our followership with strength to overcome the pain of yokes 20 for HIS yoke is light and burden without regret 21 and the burden which we bear is but a testament to the suffering of JESUS 22 in us, we have the work of GOD working for us and through us 23 in GOD’s presence our woes on earth - which must come - would be unto us like days though they be the length of years


For the world, Noah was a mad man who thought it would rain when all we've ever had was dew; for the world, Abraham had to be very stupid to set off at dawn with the aim of obeying an unseen voice commanding him to sacrifice the child he waited over seven decades for. For the world, Jacob had to be very desperate if he thought his experiment with the sheep would actually work; or Joseph who let down a juicy affair in order to please 'GOD'…

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

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.

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.