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Why monastic? - There is well-being (healing) in the quietness. "Be still and know I am God." Ps 46:10


Wednesday, December 1, 2010

God Can Only Be Perfect

Jesus said things like "that your joy may be full.." and "if I be lifted up I will draw all unto me". I think we greatly under-estimate God's "great plan of salvation". After all God can only be perfect, so wouldn't the best outcome of all this be the best one possible.. Logic tells me God reaches every heart with the gospel. [Ps 22:27 "all the ends of the earth will remember and turn to the LORD, and all the families of the nations will worship Him".]

All of Life is an Allegory

Been enjoying talking with some "universal redemtionists" online but it's a little frustrating because many of them believe bible prophecy and the book of revelation are allegory! but I've studied it for a long time and can see the main characters pretty as you please in the world. Maybe it's a case of ‎"I don't understand it so it must be allegory" but how far can we go with that? And that's way too weird. If life is literal enough as to have flesh and bones, then God is very much a vibrant and living personality, and this unavoidable journey and lesson we're on of learning good from evil is God's drama, and it too is alive and vibrant and literal.