I still believe in God's direct and intentional intervention from the infinite to our finite world... but as usual, I will say that these miracles are a far second to the miracle of miracles, that is, Christ Himself.
For the entire month of April I was gaming pretty hard, and it cost me my streak, and a whole lot of time which could have been used more productively. I'm not pinning the blame on anyone but myself. It seems that I found the world I immersed myself into, so much more appealing compared... Continue Reading →
We're free, without fear of condemnation that we're too narcissistic, selfish, and/or self-centered, to learn more of how God built us specifically.
And as we understand what He has done, it's natural that we would either overflow in praise, or stay steadfast in our trust in Him.
Surely, righteousness does deliver us from death. But so it also is the everlasting life in us, present in all that we do, far beyond the treasures we gain, far beyond any profits we perceive and declare with our own limited minds.
In the wisdom established in us, and in the faith authored in us by no less than Jesus Christ, it would be inevitable for us to see the glory of our God through instructions and teachings to us.