Some people, even a few Pentecostals, believe in a village god. A god that is created and sustained to meet their needs. It does not reach out and does not transcend their current crisis most of the time. The closer we get, as a collective, to sole human reasoning as a guide in our society… Continue reading Quoted: James N. Anderson on God
It is not so very difficult to think of a God who will forgive the sinner who comes humbly and penitently back to him on his hands and knees; but no man outside Christianity had ever thought of a God who would deliberately go out and seek for the sinner until he found him and… Continue reading Quoted: William Barclay on Christianity’s God
Only happy people can learn. Only happy people can teach. Our religion should put a sparkle in our eyes and a tone in our voice, and a spring in our step that bears witness of our faith and confidence in the goodness of God.
It was battered and scarred, and the auctioneer Thought it sacrcely worth his while To waste much time on the old violin, But he held it up with a smile. “What am I bidden, good folk?” he cried, “Who’ll start the bidding for me? “A dollar – a dollar – then two, only two –… Continue reading The Touch of the Master’s Hand
“Some people say, God said it, I believe it, and that settles it.” “No…… God said it. That settles it! and I believe it.”
Get equipped with the fundamental tools we need to live out our faith. First is Last Seeing is not Believing Give to Receive Weak is Strong Slavery is Freedom Die to Live
Cyril of Alexandria, Egypt, AD 444 wrote: “For He is the Lord of all powers, fulfilling by His will what exceedingly surpasseth nature, and effecting at once what seemeth Him good. The mystery of the Incarnation passeth all marvel and discourse, and no less the benefits redounding to us. For how is it not next… Continue reading Cyril of Alexandria Describing God
As long as I have been aware of anything theological, the church has hailed the incomparable attributes of God. God fills all space, possesses all knowledge, holds all power and exists for all eternity. His grace is unlimited, His love undiminished, His holiness unsullied, His authority unquestioned, His word immutable. No one is bigger, stronger,… Continue reading The Magnanimity Syndrome