“You have written and redeemed my story. Let my eyes see you King, shine all around. Let my heart overflow with a passion for your name; let me life be a song revealing who you are….” – Lauren Daigle, singer-songwriter… Read More ›
It is what man will be bound to recognize when he looks at the Truth of the Idea of God, namely the Truth of God as being God’s, independent but not inclusive of the thinking of the person, and the Truth of the working in man by God as an integrative strength, but not in him, which he is working in, as the necessity of a process of spiritual integration.
the revelation of our broken hearts is revealed through One Man, who even though we were sinners gave His life for us
We look for escapes from the absolutes. We deceive ourselves into denying that our existence is more than the reality we live in.
When we are dealing with such an in-depth topic of the human condition, I believe that the subject matter itself outweighs a simple approach to this subject. We must be careful that what is being said supports the topic clearly. There is no easy approach to looking at what makes us human.
Hating father and mother? Didn’t the Lord say that we were to honor our father and our mother (Exodus 20:12)? Hating wife and children? Doesn’t Paul tell husbands to love their wives–the way that Christ loved the Church (Ephesians 5:25)?
God himself is available for both moral direction (through natural law and special revelation) and moral strength through the guidance and power of the Holy Spirit.