I’M COMPELLED TO REBLOG THIS ARTICLE, NOT BECAUSE I AGREE WITH THE WRITERS TAKE ON THE FATHER, BUT BECAUSE I BELIEVE ANY FOLLOWER OF THE FATHER OUGHT TO TAKE A STEP BACK AND CONSIDER JUST HOW WELL WE REPRESENT WHO WE CLAIM TO SERVE.
SADLY MANY ARE DISHEARTENED AND JUSTIFIABLE SO, BECAUSE RELIGION HAS TAKEN OVER TRUE FELLOWSHIP.
MY WORLD IS COMPLETELY OPPOSITE HERS BUT IN A RATHER AWESOME WAY, I THINK I SEE EXACTLY WHAT SHE SEES. I HOWEVER DON’T HOLD ON TOO MUCH TO SO MANY THINGS IN THE BIBLE BECAUSE I BELIEVE THOSE WHO WROTE THESE ACCOUNTS WROTE FROM THEIR PERSPECTIVES AND DIRECTIVES OF OTHERS, COUPLED WITH OTHER BELIEFS OF IN COMPLETIONS AND OMISSIONS…JOHN 16 VS 13….
“Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.

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ID-10020774The problem with Christianity, is that it falls at a place where our greatest desires intersect with our greatest fears.

It seeks to provide answers in a way that leads to the stifling of our questions.

It presumes that we can know God, while at the same time telling us that when we don’t understand we should just have faith.

The problem with Christianity, is that it tells us we are bad. Flawed. Depraved. But that God loves us anyway. And because He loves us, we should strive to be perfect. And then it tells us what perfect is.

Perfection is living life on the straight and narrow. It is loving our neighbour as ourself. It is following a long list of rules that are supposed to make us better–that are supposed to prove our love for God. And this is the key to redemption–giving up all the things that…

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