Tag: worship

“Therefore let us draw near with confidence to the throne of grace, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”
–Hebrews 4:16

In Christ, we have the truly hallowed privilege of approaching the one, all-powerful, only-true God on His throne, and not only that, but to do so seeking mercy and grace for our needy lives.  If we have so great an admittance, why do we shy before mere man or apologize for the person God created us to be?

Personal Theological

Twenty-first century Western culture views itself as advanced, an evolved people far beyond those of previous centuries. Transportation both of things and information has indeed developed. Healthcare, at least as it pertains to surgery and treatment, has progressed by leaps and bounds, too. But one area that remains mostly unchanged in its essence is Religion. Of course from the eye and even ear, the spiritual element of society appears vastly superior to temple- and idol-based worship of millenia past. Yet most of this is merely skin deep.

Personal Ponderings