Category: Critical Thinking

I Have A Confession…

I’ve come to the realisation that I am disloyal. I understand that that is not an admirable trait. People, families, organisations and societies like people who are loyal. Who stay in line and defend the image of the people they represent, no matter what. Nobody likes a traitor. […]

Is God a Hypocrite?

He says, “judge not, unless you be judged,” (Matt 7:1) yet He judges us. He says, “do not repay evil with evil, but repay evil with good,” (Rom 12:17-21) yet He devises and proclaims evil for those He has judged as deserving. As a Christian, I can understand […]

The Potter and the Clay

I am reading the book of Jeremiah now and, earlier in the week, I read Chapter 18. It was about the Potter and the Clay, and I found it rather interesting and enlightening. It reminded me of the post I wrote in 2017, How Humble Is Our God […]

Because Of Jesus Christ

Oh, Lord, I know You understand us Because of Jesus Christ… I know You care and feel compassion for us… I know that, through Jesus Christ, You felt and feel our pain… You feel the injustice. The fear. The sorrow. The pain of being forsaken, Left to the […]

We Don’t See It That Way…

Dear Lord, I’ve been reading about Your prophesies through Isaiah concerning the Hebrews. I know You were very upset with them for disobeying Your commandments. I know You only promised them Your protection and prosperity if they obeyed. But they forsook You and went after other gods… You […]

Is There A Right Way To Pray?

The Muslims pray to Allah, five times daily, with their faces turned towards Mecca.  They recite traditional prayers that have been the same for centuries.  I am not so familiar with their Faith to talk about their other methods of worship, which I would imagine and hope includes […]

Even Without Religion…

Even without religion, God is.  There’s something I’ve been meditating on, trying to get an understanding and revelation about.  The process of our growth in God, how we come into a relationship with Him, how we mature or grow through that relationship, whether or not it’s defined, and […]