Originally posted on thelifeididntchoose:
Not that I am (I think) in much danger of ceasing to believe in God. The real danger is of coming to believe such dreadful things about Him. The conclusion I dread is not ‘So there’s no God after all,’ but ‘So this is what God’s really like. Deceive yourself no…
We will have no need of hope in heaven.
Originally posted on Soul Food:
As a Christian, I believe in heaven. As a pastor, I’ve studied and taught about heaven. As a musician, I’ve noted that almost every single hymn written has heaven the subject of its final verse. When my dad died I didn’t really think differently about heaven. When my sister died…
We have a strong faith in God and know that we are going to see Brandon again one day when we pass from this life into the next.
I have borrowed the following questions from another site: Thank you, Kathleen, for introducing me by way of your own blog: I thought as I read the interview with Maeve’s Mom how I would an… Source: An Interview With Brandon’s Mom
God never said He’d keep bad stuff from happening to me after I was married and had kids. He did say He’d be with me through it all though, and He was.
We who are left behind wring our hands, bang our heads against the wall, shout to the clouds, that we “DID NOT KNOW!” We could have saved our loved ones if only ……
…there was such a thing as prevention.
In Jesus’ day, only certain people were allowed to participate in temple life. Those with diseases such as leprosy had to stay away. They weren’t welcome. They were considered infectious and untouc… Source: The Lifter of Your Head