Reproclaiming the Everlasting Gospel
I feel somewhat constrained to share with you-all an incident that portrays the Lord's protection and care. Yesterday I was hurriedly picking cucumbers; I was late and had a lot to get done before I could stop for the day. Consequently I was trying to be quick while at the same time being careful with the vines. My hand parted the leaves in front of me and there at my fingertips lay a coiled rattlesnake. The snake did not move as I withdrew my hand and my person. I had been working near it…Continue
Posted on 9thMo. 10, 2013 at 12:41
The following material is taken from an ongoing conversation. But even so, it seemed worth publishing here.
In our conversations, something has been winking at me off and on. But I have not captured it until now. In all our discussions, I have lost sight of the most important aspect. I apologize for my slowness here.
What I have neglected concerns the offices or functions of Christ. In so far as I have read and have conversed with others, this is not a…Continue
Posted on 5thMo. 16, 2013 at 13:23
Among other things, I am a woodturner. From experience, I can state that it is possible to do a lot of things with dull tools. But if you ever come to use a properly sharpened tool, you will never again be satisfied with dullness.
This is the distinction between a life lived hearing and obeying the voice of Christ, the prophet like Moses whom God has raised up, and a life lived subjugated to any man-made discipline you care to name.
The reason for the difference is that hearing…Continue
Posted on 3rdMo. 24, 2013 at 18:14 — 1 Comment
What seemed to me to be the best insight during our Fox Reading Conference Call came in response to a statement Fox made in Sermon III regarding walking by faith rather than by sight. Peter Glass pointed out that, contrary to our logic, faith is a stronger, more reliable sense than sight. This must be understood in the context of the sermon we were reading where this faith is the gift of God, written on the heart by Jesus; not the result of my efforts to believe something…Continue
Posted on 2ndMo. 19, 2013 at 14:10