G2s and Verifones. . .

Decisions decisions, life is littered with them. Do I pursue ministry, become a writer, or even go to school to be a doctor. At the same time ministry being what it is can encompass any career path or life choice that we allow it to. While I am my own worst enemy, regardless of that fact, discernment from the Holy Spirit working in myself and others allows me to choose at my discretion, overly complicating most processes. For creatures of free will having God dictate every aspect becomes a more appealing fantasy during certain times over others. Habitually the day to day , all be it at times more monotonous, is the simpler of the two, while the larger scale of  visions which we possess knows how to overwhelm without fail.  Crossroads, exciting or not, are the perfect point of change in direction. God is going to use us regardless of in change of scenery, we merely have to follow Him wherever we are. Really that is the only certainty we have in anything is the fact of His presence interacting consistently in our lives. He makes us adequate. Arrogance is prides response to feelings of inadequacy. We really are not inadequate, unfortunately when we allow our focus to shift from anything other than God, of the previously mentioned take hold. In this life at this time  all we  have to do is keep knowing Him.


About Chronology of Chris

-In Christ -Student of Life, Theology, Philosophy and Education -Avid reader (C.S. Lewis, Alvin Plantinga, Francis Schaeffer, James Sire, Martin Luther, Luis de Molina, Gordon D. Fee, David R. Anderson, David Kinnaman, Arthur Conan Doyle, Charles Schulz (Peanuts), Bill Watterson (Calvin and Hobbes), Hunter S. Thompson, Douglas Adams, J.R.R. Tolkien, Jean Paul Sartre, Soren Kierkegaard, etc.) -Amateur philosopher -Field researcher for this privilege called life -Defined not labelled -Silly, yet serious -Knowledgeable and experienced -People over facts( facts have their place), souls over figures -More than an "about me" box can contain -His will, not mine
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