“He who is not angry when there is just cause for anger is immoral. Why? Because anger looks to the good of justice. And if you can live amid injustice without anger, you are immoral as well as unjust.” – Aquinas As Christians, ought we to be angry when we see injustice around us – … More The Morality of Anger
A recent speaker from Lakeland has been touring around Sydney. They’ve given me their contact details as they saw that I expressed concern about the Lakeland ministry. We left on good grounds where they gave me their contact details. This person apparently did ministry with Bentley and they too have been talking about down here … More EndTimesProphetic Missed This! Also LakeLand Q&A Opportunity…
I’m going through a bit of a conviction spill at the moment. I was at church three times over the weekend break and felt convicted about some of the things I’ve possibly said on Signposts02 and other sites like Groupsects, EndTimesProphetic, etc that may have been seen as inappropriate. I would just like to apologize … More A Planks&Specks Review; A Renewal with A Bit Of Positive Light?
We’ve had the GFC (Global Financial Crisis) to remind us all that material security can be incredibly fleeting, and bring a new focus on ‘things that really matter’. Now, we have an example about not judging by appearances – and that it doesn’t take appearances to lift the hearts of a crowd. Just in case … More Just For the Beauty of It…
Pom raised an interesting tangent on the recent thread “Why bother going to church at all…”. I thought the topic was worth exploring, so here it is: Just a question. If we can gather together in any format (eg a picnic) and we worship God daily (eg through our decision making at work) and we … More Does anything need to happen for ‘church’ to be valid?
Bull posted the above question up for discussion – I think its worthy of its own thread, so here we go… Here’s my response, to get the ball rolling: OK – well you all know I’m not attending a formal ‘church’ at the moment, but I am still part of the body of Christ (ie: … More Why bother going to church at all? What is the point?
Verses from 2 John 1 v 8-9 have been discussed a bit recently and they jumped out at me again today … and sharing is good for the soul 🙂 8Look to yourselves (take care) that you may not lose (throw away or destroy) all that we and you have labored for, but that you … More How far is too far (and what to do about it)?
There seems to be an emphasis these days within the Christian City Church movement on the importance of being in church every week, as some kind of duty that you owe the rest of the church body, and as part of being a ‘good’ Christian. If you don’t make it every week, you are not … More Church Attendance – Key to a Fruitful Life
Luke 16:13 KJV 13No servant can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon. The discussion that started about Rick Joyner video’s has turned to the topic of church ‘tribalism’, which … More Can You Serve Both God and Tribalism?
I’ve been reading a fascinating book about the effects of a materialistic upbringing on children, called “The Price of Privilege” (Subtitle: “How Parental Pressure and Material Advantage Are Creating a Generation of Disconnected and Unhappy Kids”), by Madeline Levine, Ph.D. Naturally, my thoughts turned to the seemingly materialistic culture within prosperity doctrine oriented churches, making … More The Price of Prosperity Doctrine