Tag: separation

Pain and Illusion

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a story is worth millions, right?  In the last two posts we looked at a couple of movies (stories) that were allegories of our life in this reality.  How about we pick up where we left off? We are taught from an early age that this…

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Inside out

John 14:20 In that day you will know that I am in my Father, and you in me, and I in you. In the last few posts I’ve tried to reveal our upside down thinking.  In our fallen way of thinking we perceive a g.o.d. that is not the Abba that Jesus reveals.  Nobody knew…

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Light and Darkness Revisited

In March I wrote a post about light and darkness.  Here is a link.  Religion wants us to focus on good and evil or right and wrong and eat the fruit from a forbidden tree instead of the truth of Jesus.  Struggling and working and striving and wrestling around in the mud with a dead nature is…

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The Fallacy of Separation

Where we start often determines where we finish.  The end is predicated on the beginning.  Our perception is based on our experiential understanding.  In our human wisdom we base much of what we know to be true on our perception.  We will immediately reject something as “false” based on our “grid.”  Our “grid” is our perception…

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Witnessing the “wrath of God?”

Have you witnessed the “wrath of God?”  I think I have.  The wrath of God is what happens when human violence meets God’s forgiveness. It is when human anger meets eternal life. It is when human vengeance meets God’s goodness. It is when human justice meets God’s redemption. It is when Faith in WHAT we know meets Faith in WHO we know.…

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Godly Sorrow

When we fall in love with our Abba Father we are compelled by love to do stuff to please Him. This compulsion consumes us. Our desire for more and more of Him drives us into radical obedience and risk taking and an obsessive pursuit of Him. Our metric for success however may be misplaced. When…

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