Yielding To Christianity

Patricia Hofer


Continuum of consciousness explored in Living Strong.

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When Christ seems to have abandoned us.

“How long wilt thou forget me, O Lord? forever? how long wilt thou hide thy face from me?” (Psalms 13:1-2) There is something timeless about the psalmist’s plea. Someone could have been saying this very same thing yesterday, perhaps even this morning! That’s because worshipping an invisible God inevitably leads human believers to moments of uncertainty. For example, Philip said to Jesus, “Lord, show us the Father and that will be enough for us” (NIV… Continue reading

Jesus’ truth-telling was governed by his mercy.

FOLKS LIKE THE TRUTH THAT HITS THEIR NEIGHBOR. I grew up hearing Aesop’s “Honesty is the best policy,” so I found this American proverb, which shows honesty as sometimes less than a virtue, an interesting surprise.
Jesus, who certainly was a truth teller, was selective in the times he practiced it. One good example of that is when the “mother of the sons of Zebedee” came before him kneeling and asking, “Declare that these two… Continue reading

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