This reprint has been edited to make the message clearer and more readable than it’s prior posting, the title may have been altered as well.
We think more of our influence than we should. The image of the self-made individual is flawed in the architecture of the Almighty. We consider ourselves more capable of directing our path and protest too much when things don’t go in accordance to what we perceive as ideal. Continue reading “He’s Got It Covered”
Most Christians think they are relatively sensitive to the Lord’s calling in their lives. They live out their lives, anticipating that ‘if’, God needs them to do something, he will be sure and let them know. Unfortunately, most are not prepared for any specific calling from the Lord.
One of the most difficult things we have to deal with, is people leaving our church fellowship. It doesn’t matter what the cause is, when it happens, in almost every circumstance, we find ourselves questioning the reasons why people we hold close to our hearts choose to separate from the body of believers we associate with our own worship.
This last week at work, I overheard someone boastfully state that Christianity was too new of a ‘religion’. As a result, they were more interested in older religions. This person further went on to compare dates, marking the beginning point of Christianity at merely two thousand years ago.