Question of the Day: Is it possible to engage in meaningful and stimulating dialogue with Christians on a range of issues without them interjecting some Scriptural verse? ~ Rev. Sinclair Grey III
My first answer is no. Upon reconsideration I submit, maybe. It all depends on how important scholarship and self-evaluation is to the person. It takes discipline to internalize sacred words into one's being, their person, their bodies. To the degree this is possible (and it is) scriptures can come out of one's mouth personalized by how one has lived out the concepts of and the substance of the sacred text. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 6/28/16
|the Pope's discovery of America (July 2015)|
Rev. Sinclair Grey III asked, "Weigh out every option presented to you because every option presented to you may not be of God."
As a response, God may be too big and broad a scope to have bearing down on you making decisions. Perhaps, it would be easier to focus on who you are and why you are here. In short, what is your purpose? Trying to put everything in God's hand is hindered if you don't know who you are and why you were born.
Try operating with a vision and the world opens up. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 6.28.16