I remember it well: walking up and down an empty choir room, whispering and mumbling the words to Hamlet’s famous soliloquy from Act II, Scene 2, for English class in High School: “O, what a rogue and peasant slave am I!” For a musician, memorization … Continue readingMEMORIZING SCRIPTURE VERBATIM
Every now and then a new revolutionary way of doing things appears on the scene, and God’s imprint on it is unmistakable. One of these is Back to Eden gardening, as shown in the movie below. “Back to Eden Film shares the story Paul Gautschi and … Continue readingBack to eden gardening
It doesn’t matter how much evil God is confronted with—He always has, and always will remain constant to His own character of agape love. God never operates outside the parameters of His agape love principle. God and His essence of agape love are inseparable, constant, … Continue readingWhat is God’s Agape Love?
The word used in the Bible as “forgiveness” is the Greek word “Metanoia.” But metanoia does not mean “forgiveness.” Find out what this means, and how it affects how you see God through new eyes.
THE CONCEPT OF BALANCE – A CATCHWORD OF THE OCCULT The concept of “balance” is actively being promoted in the world in various forms these days. “Balance” is encouraged as being the logical and ideal state of being. Curiously, however, I came across … Continue readingThe Concept of “Balance” – A Catchword of the Occult