Never too Late

These are my letters to our union. Seeking the knowledge of God. Humble and receptive to reproof. To gain insight and wisdom.

The Trinity has always been a weak spot for Christians when we are asked about it. Trying to explain something that is literally impossible to explain is a pretty hard task, so I won’t focus on the metaphysics of the Trinity itself. However, whenever there is something that cannot be explained in any way at …

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“So to keep me from becoming proud, I was given a thorn in my flesh, a messenger from Satan to torment me and keep me from becoming proud.” -2 Corinthians 12:7 Like Paul, I have been given a thorn in my flesh. Something that torments me, something that I have prayed for God to take …

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And Jesus seeing their faith said to the paralytic, “Son, your sins are forgiven.” -Mark 2:5 Quick question: Why does Jesus tell the paralytic that his sins are forgiven? This situation in Mark is strange, to say the least. First, Jesus’ initial response to the paralytic seems random. It’s almost as if he was not …

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Father, turn and hear this prayer for the one that feels excluded or alone in days of trial. The storms will come and indeed, some are here now. We know that even you bring the mighty storm at times. Yet, we thank you for your overflowing mercy and abundant grace. For you promised you would …

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Lord, Turn towards me and hear my prayer. Thank you for protecting my Grandfather today and always. Giving him health and wholeness that abounds forever. Thank you for giving him your own Holy Spirit that overflows with endless amounts of hope, courage, joy, peace, comfort, kindness, strength, health and love. Your healing power pours down …

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I believe God hates religion.Yes, I said it. Think about it, religion is another way of saying we don’t need God for salvation. We can do it by ‘being good’. So why do we prop up things like Christianity? Church buildings? Grape juice? For what? The Church is in our homes and community, and God …

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