Posts tagged ‘Christianity’

Beyond Our Ability to Endure

There were times I almost did not survive the persecution. It was then that God sent agents to rescue me. Rarely did they know it.

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No Help

More than once people have come to my face and said they knew I was being persecuted. They knew it was wrong. Read more…

Insults in a Good Cause

Doing the right thing in the will of God does not guarantee respect. Indeed, a Follower of Jesus may well encounter unexpectedly fierce resistance from evil agents and religious zealots. Read more…

Cut from the Team But Not Out of the Game

Christianity is not a spectator sport. Read more…

Overwhelmed But Not Done

I was asked if I had chosen a journey in the theme of persecution/suffering for Lent. No, I didn’t; it was chosen for me. Read more…

The Big Picture

In the middle of persecution and suffering one thing is for sure – my world shrinks to the size of the pain. Sometimes I am conscious of its value, but mostly I close in on my pain. Read more…

They Don’t Know

“…Father, forgive them. They don’t know what they’re doing…” (Luke 23:34 God’s Word ©). Read more…

Lent – A Get Ready Time

Lent has arrived.

Originally it began as a time of preparation for baptism. Nowadays it’s the time to get ready for Easter. Read more…

To Have Or Not To Have

I live in a western culture, central Canada. On the surface there is a lot of wealth. Read more…

God Loves Me Anyway

I was startled tonight when I noticed. Read more…