‘God said…but it didn’t work out’

'God said...but it didn't work out, so was it really God or were you hearing things because God is not a liar...' I have heard many versions of the above phrase spewed inconsiderately and in a 'what are you saying now?' way to Christians, who perhaps shared that God instructed them to do something. That … Continue reading ‘God said…but it didn’t work out’

‘I’m Selfish…’

I'm Selfish... Let me rephrase that. I may appear ‘selfish’ to others and you may appear selfish too…but that’s okay. You’re not a selfish person by the dictionary’s standards. The staunch definition of selfish is: devoted to or caring for oneself; concerned primarily with one's own interests, benefits, welfare, etc., regardless of others. I agree with the definition minus the last part that says, ‘regardless of others’ or ‘at the expense of others’. I … Continue reading ‘I’m Selfish…’

A justified oxymoron

A united spirit within a group is often attained at the expense of another. Affirming in-group biases to further dissociate ones-self from the out-group. How are Christians supposed to differ in this regard...?Holy Communion. The phrase itself is a justified oxymoron. We are brought together with one thing in common, Christ, but at the same time … Continue reading A justified oxymoron