Matthew 12:30 - "He who is not with Me is against Me, and he who does not gather with Me scatters abroad".
There is no such thing as being neutral to God. If we are not actively accepting Him, then we are busy avoiding him. This
The Lord created and led the first man and the human race. Adam is known as the first man, but it is essential for our understanding to see that he is not a single man but represents the first community of man
The Arc of Life, the Innocence of Childhood and the Innocence of Old Age: We begin in God and Return to God
"Because innocence attributes nothing of good to itself, but ascribes all good to the Lord, and because it thus loves to be
SYMBOLOGY IN THE CHRISTMAS TREE
I have a beautiful Christmas tree in my house, with lights, streamers, ornaments and a star on top. As do so many, I love having a Christmas tree and decorating it.
It is wonderful to contemplate the symbology and correspondences of the
The way the Lord guides our memory in heaven is a huge part of heavenly joy and happiness. It is truly an amazing grace that he gives to his beloved children. Memory there corresponds to wonderful gardens and paradises where there are
Shame is not the currency of God. It is man, taking something of God, and making it toxic and destructive. God seeks to prick and awaken the conscience of people and this involves a certain amount of pain known as shame and embarrassment, sometimes a
The Lord said 'you are either for me or against me'. Our relationship with Him is reciprocal. People have to inwardly choose of their own will to make themself vulnerable and open to receiving God, and some are not willing. People know how to look
'There is none good but God'. This is a hard saying for many people. I remember I used to not get what it meant, or how it worked, so I couldn't really accept it. But now I can feel and sense the truth of it
I saw the movie '1917'. Loved it. It uses a continues camera shooting technique. There are no scene cuts. This technique in concert with the intense unpredictable action, where the soldiers could die at any given moment -creates, I think, a heightened perception of God's
"I say to you there will be more Joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over 99 just persons who need no repentance".The greater the distance one has to 'traverse' to come to God, the greater the joy of salvation. Often those who