Do you honestly think that the All-Seeing turns his eyes from the pits we have dug? Does He really shy from the conversations that expose our dark side and dredge up the worst of who we are? Psalm 139 tells me no.
Fierce men are few and far between. Men who have faced their demons and slain their fears. Men who have taken a stand on the inside and said, “No more !” to the crippling castrations of the status quo. How can a man ever flourish whilst playing the role of “Mr. nice guy”? Call him what you will, “Mr. church guy”, “Mr. Business man”, “Mr. plumber, baker, candlestick maker…” The man himself lost under labels. Screaming to get out and shout his reality. Men of Adullam, looking for the King to come. You know who you are!
A Bible believing evolutionist? Fiction. The two can never reconcile.…
Whatever you are holding on to is holding you. What…
Friend, the picture of Christ on the cross, evidently set forth in the gospels, is a picture of the savagery of sin. When we dare to gaze upon Him, we see ourselves without Him. We look upon the horror not just of a man so tortured and twisted, but the twisted nature of our heart apart from him, the torture of a soul bound for hell if no daysman can be found.
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