Profoundly honest and well written…demands a larger audience….Thank you sir for your heart for Christ and Your obedience to Our Father.
If we have a disease, we go to the hospital’s experts.
If we want knowledge, we go to the University’s experts.
If our car maintenance light glows, we go to the car dealership’s experts.
Tax issues – specialist in accounting.
Court issues – specialist in law.
Building issues – specialist in engineering.
We expect our specialists to have answers. We pay them for answers. Often, specialists are cast aside until we find the one who agrees with what we want to do. Even if we can get the answer we want, a bad response is often better than the uncertainty of “I don’t know.”
We want to know.
This expectation of answers has probably always been at the bedrock of religion. We want answers for…
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