Over at 3rdRace.org, we’re attempting to see Christ in the movie “Inception” in various ways and all share on it. In other words, we’re all sharing different ways we see Christ in the same movie. I’ve got the first post.
Today’s the last day to register for the To the Saints Conference. So, what is it?
In the garden of Eden, pride leads to unbelief which leads to disobedience. In the garden of Gethsemane, humility leads to belief which leads to obedience. Guess from which garden the New Humanity comes.
Several years ago, when I was still active on Twitter, I tweeted, “Ah, the Promise of a new day.” In fact, I was going to say, “Ah, the promise of a new day.” However, as I was typing it in on my phone, a strange thought occurred to me. Capitalize “promise”. Hmm.
Growing up, I loved the movie, Dances with Wolves. The idea of living on the frontier, depending on the land, being subject to the elements, and “living the way God intended” captivated my imagination. Then the Lord opened my eyes to see the reality of that frontier life.
What if we’re planted in Christ, and we have all the right soil and the right sized pot, and we get plenty of water, but we still don’t bloom? Or worse yet, we wither and die? What then? Let’s look at our environment.
I write poor posts. I always suspected as such, but now I know. I have proof! I’m reminded of this fact with every post I write: this post is poor.