Monthly Archives: May 2010

An Active God


Dr. Ben Carson is a world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He is known for his surgeries separating twins joined at the head. His autobiography, Gifted Hands, is an exciting story. The surprising thing, for many readers,

Posted in Divine Love, Relax - He loves you

Perfexion


It is humbling to write a blog about letting God’s love fill your life.  The obvious question is “Who do you think you are to write on a subject like this?” It’s simple – I have to think, pray and

Posted in Divine Love, Relax - He loves you, Trusting God

Necessary Evil


The oldest dilemma in theology is the question, “If God is all good and all-powerful, how can there be evil in the world?” The formal term for this is theodicy. I certainly don’t plan to offer a definitive answer, but

Posted in Life's Challenges

The Pianist and the Child


A young mother took her child to a concert by a famous pianist. Near the end of the intermission, the child walked on stage, went to the piano bench and started “playing.” The embarrassed mother started toward the child, but the

Posted in Trusting God

The Nature of His Love


I appreciate the comments. The issue of “Free Will” has been raised. Why did God give us Free Will? What would happen if I could build an android that would always love me? I wouldn’t have to do anything for

Posted in Divine Love

How Long Can You Resist God?


I am not trying to resolve great theological debates, I hope to have people think about how they see God and what that does, or might, mean in their lives. With that in mind, let me make some proposals about

Posted in Resisting God

Life’s Mystery – It’s Awesome


The Rush of Everyday Thoughts It is a typical Sunday night and the most routine of tasks. I move around the condo gathering all the trash for the morning pickup. I’ve done this uncounted times before. My mind is off

Posted in Trusting God, Unknown Future