There is a big difference between teaching the gospel and seeing the gospel.
How does one “see” the gospel?
We humans, with any self-reflection at all, seem to be acutely aware of how “human” we are. Our humanness surfaces each and every day. We feel human. We act human. Sometimes thankfully. Sometimes regrettably.
So, within this context of being “human”, how and when do we actually
Can we imagine a world wholly different than the one we are experiencing right now? A world as drastically different on a human level as the changes we have seen on a technological level since 1995?
It has been said, “It Has Become Appallingly Obvious That Our Technology Has Exceeded Our Humanity”.
Is there a means, now available on the planet, by which this change for the betterment of
Recently, I have been addressing an article written by Dr James Richards of Impact ministries, Huntsville, Alabama. While I have been at a loss as to just why Jim published this now, 20 years since I last saw him, it has presented itself as a really good teaching tool.
Jim lets everyone know, 20 years after the fact, that I, Michael Williams, have been “biblically” shunned!
“Experiences in life can carry a stern warning or a “wake-up call”, but just because we can connect some dots or learn something in the process does not merit the situation to have to take-on the “spiritual voodoo hyperbole” of “it happened for a reason.”
I just quoted myself. Is that allowed? Yep that is a quote from an article I wrote January 24, 2012 titled “Everything
It was the early 1980s.
The sad thing is I should be able to give the exact date and time it happened because Mohammad Ali signed my boarding pass stub on a flight in first class from Chicago to L.A.
The flight is also connected to my very first visit to Hawaii, a place I treasure.
One of Norvell Hayes’ friends was a travel agent and wanted to impress Norvell. So, the guy got me the first class