we must always keep into account the frailty of our humanness, and to remember we can be outspokenly wrong, not completely informed, and even offensive the the open-minded Christ we serve. In other words, let us not cast the first stone upon the homosexual, just like Christ does not cast the first stone upon the […]
I’m trying too hard to force this out I feel a need to communicate to you something prfound and still honest Misspelling profound is poignant That actually was honest God himself, descending from heaven, pointed his long, wiry finger underneath my middle finger rendering it’s attempt to type to letter “o” useless, creating the misspelling […]
I’m still learning so much about love and how complete is my inability to put into practice what I learn.
what is the that that meatloaf won’t do for love, and why won’t he?
A couple thoughts: * I can’t be perfect. I want to say “I can’t be perfect all the time” but that isn’t really the case at all. I’ve never been perfect, and I don’t expect that of myself. So, please don’t expect me to be that either. Understand that perhaps there are things going on […]
This week’s Papyrus article. Lately I’ve been really lonely. This time last year I had been broken up with my girlfriend of 3 years for about a month, and I was having a really hard time. Since then, her and I got back together briefly in January, and I had another girlfriend for about a […]
Here’s my Papyrus article for this week. I like how I turned out. The Compassion of Christ Luke 19:41 “As he came near and saw the city [of Jerusalem,] he wept over it…” Why does Jesus weep over the city of Jerusalem? Is it because he knows he is about to suffer and die there? […]
Posted: September 23rd, 2005 under Jesus, Writing.
Tags: 2 corinthians, 2 corinthians 5, 2 corinthians 5:21, articles, bible, compassion, love, Luke, luke 19, luke 19:41, Matthew, matthew 9, matthew 9:36, papyrus, scripture
July 16th, Brennan Manning Devotional: “The Christian with depth is the person who has failed and who has learned to live with his failure.” How have I failed? In what areas to I habitually fail? God, forgive me for these failures. a) I fail with my eyes. b) I fail with my pride. c) I […]
as a christian, i consider how i love God and how i love people not how i sin because if my heart is right in the two above the one below doesn’t exist. now, where am i in those two respects should be what i think about at all times.
i had this thought maybe last nite while reading through my Brennan Manning daily devotional (Thoughts for Ragamuffins, i think is what it’s called.) When Jesus looks over the people of this world he weeps for some, most even. But not because of their sin. He weeps because those people don’t know him and are […]