Tag: obedience

You don’t love Me? Your Funeral!

Carrying on from yesterday’s musings on unconditional love, I got a few opinions from other believers. One was very interesting. He also believes that God’s love is unconditional, but that the benefits of the love are received on conditions…sort of like a man who loves a woman and […]

A Love That Is God-Sustained

Lord, in obedience to You, I try to love others like myself. I desire to do what You do. Show compassion to the weak, Give bread to the needy, And hope to the oppressed. I seek to love as You love Me, But my self often gets in […]

What Was I Thinking?

(This post has been revised) While musing on a discussion I had with one of my readers today, I remembered my past, and how hard it was to hear and obey God in the midst of my own strong desire and passions.  I wanted to please God, but […]

What Was I Thinking?

(This post has been revised) While musing on a discussion I had with one of my readers today, I remembered my past, and how hard it was to hear and obey God in the midst of my own strong desire and passions.  I wanted to please God, but […]

Discipline and Christianity

The first people to be called Christians were first called “disciples” of Jesus Christ (Acts 11:26).  A disciple can be best defined as a student/follower of a Teacher/Leader, who studies a discipline (profession) to gain mastery over it and become equipped to pass on the training to others. […]

So This Is Christmas…

Every year, I am reluctant to celebrate Christmas.  The little I know about its history has convinced me that it is actually an unchristian festival.  I understand why and how it started, and I appreciate why it continues to this day, but celebrating Christmas has never been an […]