Monday, May 21, 2012 not feeling well today...i am bombarded with such many things. my heart is swelling in pain. As I recall the pass, was i drunk for the whole time? I wish I never knew the notion of being loved and to love. Now I am stuck in a place of no return. I cannot change what happened and being consumed with the cure of moving on thru the way of sorrow and it breaks my heart so badly. Tears keep on falling from my eyes day and night. To forget the very thing that bothers me I tend to find diversions to preoccupy my mind but it works just for the mean time and when dusk comes the enduring goes on again and again.....the promise of a lifetime not to leave me has come to an end and i guess it was just a mockery and i have believed in it now I am left behind in pain and in remorse..................................

Monday, February 27, 2012


lonely again....
      always like this....

Monday, April 18, 2011

The Great Pursuit

In the beginning  God, a Spirit, created the vast world o mater. Of all God's remarkable works, only human beings possessed a likeness to Him that could be called " the likeness of God." It was at once a great gift and a great burden, this image of God. Man and woman, spiritual beings, could commune directly with God. But of all species they alone had the freedom to rebel against Him.

Rebel they did,and something died inside Adam and Eve that fateful day. Their bodies lived on for many years, but their spirits lost the free and open communion with God.

The Bible tells of God's efforts to restore that fallen spirit. He worked with individual families: first Adam's family, later Noah's, and finally Abraham's family, the central focus of most of the Old Testament. Sometimes the Bible portrays God as  a parent raising a child, sometimes as a lover in passionate pursuit, but always it shows Him seeking to "break through" to human beings in order to restore what had been lost.

With a few glowing exceptions, the Old Testament recounts failures. But the New Testament opens with a radical move y God: an "invasion", the birth of Jesus. Jesus represented a whole new beginning. The second Adam he was called, the leader of a new species, He at last tore down the barriers and made possible a truce between God and humanity.

After Jesus had left, at Pentecost the Spirit of God descended and filled individual human beings. Thus their fallen spirit was finally restored. More than walking in a garden with human beings, God has now living inside them.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Disappointment With God

I loved this book. Yancey, an evangelical Christian, sets out to answer the three questions "Is God unfair? Is God silent? Is God hidden?" He references a significant amount of scripture and passages from theological works, weaving in personal vignettes throughout, writing in an easy-to-read style that makes him accessible to a wide audience. Yancey does not offer any pat, facile answers to these questions, and does not in any way try to belittle suffering, skepticism or doubts. The only reason I didn't give this work 5 stars is that it seemed a bit scattered to me. Overall, a great read for those who have experienced disappointment with God, or who simply want a good overview of how God has interacted with humans throughout history (and how humans have responded). perhaps, i recommend everyone to purchase z copy of this book. God Bless you folks

Prayer: What Makes It Different?

I absolutely loved this book by Philip Yancey. This book is one of many that he has written that focuses on Christianity. I don’t like to read a lot of Christian books besides the Bible but I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves Christianity. When I first started reading this book I did not like that it was somewhat confusing. You have to read slowly and have an open mind when reading this particular book. Another thing that I did not like about this book was that it was too short. I don’t really like reading long books but I would have liked this book better if it was longer and some of the main points were explained a little better. One of the best things about this book is that the author interviews a ton of people to get a majority of what the world thinks about prayer and then relates that back to the Bible and Christianity. I also like that the author used examples of his life experiences throughout the book to explain certain viewpoints that he
personally held. Overall, I would gladly recommend this book to teenagers and adults as it is offered at a low price and it’s especially worth the read.


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