John Claypool draws on a medieval fable to illustrate, amongst other things, how circumstances often subvert our sense of self.
Jesus taught to seek first the kingdom of God and it’s righteousness so let’s seek some of that anointing on Enoch.
A relationship with God was worth more than all the blessing that life, and God himself, could give.
When we put others first, we give God the opportunity to put us first.
God is not a Christian; nor is he a Muslim. He is not Jewish either.
It is human beings that closed the canons of scripture. God did not.
God’s intention for establishing the role of ministers is primarily to feed his children with the knowledge of Him
“What is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow: this is the whole Torah. The rest is commentary. Go study it”
It’s time we stopped this ‘God of the Old Testament’ and ‘God of the New Testament’ theosophy.