But suppose God became a man – suppose our human nature which can suffer and die was amalgamated with God’s nature in one person – then that person could help us.
This week in Arlington, Texas, I got to watch a pastor finish well. My pastor.
A belief is imprinted on our souls when we have to fight for it. When we have to cling to it as if our lives depend on it. Then, the heat from the fire molds us and the belief into one. It is now a part of us. Courage is letting this happen.
We have a Heavenly Father who delights in nothing more than being with His children. If you dare to believe that, you will never be the same.
Looking back, what I thought were moments where my dreams were crushed and my life was falling apart, I now see things were really falling into place. I thought it was tragedy. As it turns out, succeeding in those plans would have been the real tragedy...Because God had a better plan.
Sin takes something away, never to return. It only leaves behind a hole, an unquenchable thirst, an unshakable desire. You have now become its slave…and one day it will choose to destroy you.
If we can conclude that evil is objective, we are still left with the question of what do we do with this objective evil?