If you were born anywhere from the 1980s on, it is almost impossible to believe that you never met an atheist in your life. It is also difficult to believe that there has never been a time in your life where you experienced some doubts of your own. These doubts may be about the church and/or her authority, about the truths of the Bible, or even, for some of us, the very existence of God.
+Christ is risen
Q: I feel really ashamed about a sin that I did, and I don’t want to ruin my relationship with my current father of confession. Can I go to a priest somewhere else and confess it?
+Christ is risen!
So, this is between meditation and venting, so bear with me. I invite you all to comment and discuss below.
It did not bother me until recently, the double standard of society. We know that we live in a society that says, “Believe what you want, it’s cool, it’s your personal conviction. To each his own, dude.”
December 3, 2013
This morning a woman possessed by a devil was in the Church. We’ve discussed some of this stuff before, but the context of this one was different than what I had witnessed previously and it’s worth bringing up. This isn’t a sermon, I just wanted to reflect on some stuff with you guys that impacted me…
Q: If Christ died for the sins of this world, why is it not okay to sin?
+To the tune of, “Of all Nations”
(To the tune of “wussut el bahr el hayig”)
In the midst of raging waters,
Hymn of the Jesus Prayer
Continue reading Jesus Prayer Song.
(to the tune of “Rabby la yansany”)
Continue reading My Lord will not forget.
She came with the spices
Continue reading With the Spices