call Him what you will…
“that amorphous deity used to describe the magic, wonder, and beautifully unattainable mystery of our life and universe – describable only in poetry, metaphors, and parables which are often taken a bit too literally resulting in judgement, division, and violence.”
I say God. so, thank you God. but, no religion attached. I’m certain of the one and very open-minded abut the other. just convicted about it all. …all of it.
go listen to, Love Came Down At Christmas, by Jars of Clay. do it!
or, watch it…
peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.
brian patrick cork
by the way… I spoke to my brother today. that left me with two thoughts…
I suspect Ken (not my brother) rats me out in a sense without really understanding context.
to sort of quote… it’s important to forgive.
ask yourself, “what have you had the hardest time forgiving?”
most will reply, “I’m not sure.”
consider, “when have you most needed forgiveness?”
again, most must certainly say, “I’m not sure about that either. I’m not talking about anything big, really. I’m talking about all the small things that need forgiveness. stuff with your brothers and sisters and friends. forgiveness keeps relationships moving. without forgiveness, everything comes to an end.”
let it all; all of it; begin tonight.