Friday, April 1, 2016


'Some are viewed as great intellectuals, but I have a
problem with them. They sit around coffee tables,
theorize about life, but never see the outworking of
their ideas. They look to others to test their ideas
while they sit and pontificate. Now Hemingway was
real: He tested his life theories and killed himself as
the logical end of what he believed.

For all our culture's listening to the 'experts and 'the
open-minded', real life experience has surely proven
that what they espouse is worthless. Our society is
dying by degrees while educated in ignorance in what
does not work.

God did not give a teaching in the form of a book
from heaven for men on earth. A book was not good
enough for God. The Word became Flesh; the teaching
was fleshed out in Jesus and proved by His Life. God
did not talk from heaven like an intellectual, He came
to earth to show us how life works. The Man who did
everything did nothing. His Father worked through
Him. He says that greater things we can do. Greater
than His nothing.'
(Michael Wells from My Weakness for His Strength)

"The Word became flesh and made his dwelling 
among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the 
One and only, who came from the Father, full of 
grace and truth."
(John 1:14)

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