Jul 30 2010

Avoiding Idolatry

Rebekyah Brewer

 

Bobble Sometimes it may seem that God is a big blank face in the sky and we can paint any face on him that we like according to our culture, according to our experiences, according to popular opinion, according to our personal opinion. This makes the opinions of what God looks like as numerous as we are because each one of us decorates God differently in our mind. Most of us wouldn’t argue about the existence of God, unless we were atheists.  Acknowledging the existence of God or a “Higher Power” is one thing, knowing what God is like is another.  The problem with this is that since no one has ever seen God how do we know who is right in their description of Him?

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Nov 3 2009

Out of Place

Rebekyah Brewer

As a result of the Fall, not only was our relationship with God broken, but all of our relationships were broken as a result of this one relationship being displaced.

When I was a child, I loved playing with those slide puzzle games.  They had the individual square puzzle pieces with one square missing. You had to put the alphabet, numbers or a picture back in their proper place by shifting the squares one at a time. It was often grueling and frustrating trying to get everything to line up and in their proper order. If one square was out of place, they were all out of place.

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