Everyone has seen a "cube" drawn on a piece of paper. The drawing is a two-dimensional representation (flat paper with two directions say x and y) but you can "see" the third dimension. The picture is the projection of the cube onto another "dimension" of space. Can you hear the Twilight Zone music playing right … Continue reading The Hope Dimension
The finished work of Jesus can be a controversial subject. I know that may seem strange but there are many that absolutely reject what Jesus has done in His incarnation, death, resurrection and ascension. You hear stuff like “you are minimizing sin” when the truth is God forgets our sin. Some say “you can’t include … Continue reading Objective Truth and Subjective Reality
Have you every known someone who was one of those "my way or the highway" kind of people. I don't mean it as a judgment but an observation. In the Navy I had the "privilege" of working for some that were very much the "my way or the highway" leaders. You can get away with … Continue reading Are you up to the task?
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 … Continue reading Inside out
Is it possible that God's approach and view and understanding of all things is so different from ours that the incarnation is less about a "delusion derived chasm crossing" than it is about a "revolutionary way of thinking?" When we see the relational beauty of the Trinity, a God emerges that we thought was the stuff of fiction and … Continue reading Upside down thinking – part 2