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Road to Damascus

"Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life." -- Omar Khayyam

'Though I will at any given time defend my faith, views, and beliefs, I have decided to no longer initiate an argument or respond to issue which I disagree with...unless they really want to hear my side. Come to that point where I no longer need to feed any vanities in and around my ego. That intent should always be to bring the lost back to God's kingdom and not to destroy another person's character. I was once like them too...Like Apostle Paul I thought I'm doing great work for God by bashing heads and proving my theologies are better that others. The Gospel kind of love doesn't work that way...we are here as Believers who should be a perfect example of that Christ-like quality which forgive. What's  the use of discourse if we are not reaching any point of agreement but only more conflict? 

   As a Christian who also fell to the trap of world system....which are often disgusting Vir…

Beyond the Material World

Recently you might have notice that my post was about psychic ability or more on the supernatural....something that has almost become a taboo for most sincere Christians. As I have shunned too any of these metaphysical phenomenon and principle because of its relationship to devil worshiper or the more senile version new age thinkers. Well, there is indeed some truth in it...but only because the devil has always been there to deceive and to keep us away from our true nature. The Supernatural has always been our world...the battle has always been about unseen forces...and they want that forces to remain hidden.  

   We are told not to lean on our own understanding and have total faith in Jesus by way of surrendering even our own logic thru faith. So what then is trusting in Him?     What does it really mean? Are we also told to be more discerning and to test every spirits? Total surrender to a voice within...if we are truly connected.     First, we are made in the image of God. Creative.  …