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The Bible does not portray itself as a scientific journal.

It is, however,
among other things,
the infallibly inspired,
most authoritative SHOP MANUAL on Human Relations
that has ever
 been written.

We should take
better heed of what
the Bible teaches.




























Why we are here...

(Scriptural  answers)


Remember those warm summer nights, as a child, when you gazed up to the clear, moonless sky at the myriad of stars --and wondered WHAT or WHO was out there?

The perspective of the Milky Way Galaxy across the sky made one feel so insignificant  --almost guilty-- for enjoying such a sheltered, 75-degree F., evening on this protective blue orb we call "Earth".


So, while everything we saw in the heavens, back then, made us seem unworthy, at the same time, it made us feel privileged and SPECIAL, too!


That’s exactly the feeling of awe, respect, reverence, comfort and special-ness one gets –the kind of feeling that sends shivers down the spine--  as we delve into the Scriptural perspective of why we are here, what our purpose is, how privileged and blessed we are, and how seemingly-unworthy, but much loved we are, nevertheless.


The Bible tells us that God is a Loving God1 and made us for His purpose.2


Our first duty is to voluntarily love God. And our second duty is to love or neighbours as ourselves.3--remembering that while we are from God, we are also part of one-another.


We’re here to learn to work together, to grow in consciousness, to grow in love, to grow in wisdom and to personally, and voluntarily, develop spiritually closer to God, and towards righteousness in our deeds through self control, discipline and with the help of His Holy Spirit.


If this all seems confusing, think of your hoped-for relationship with your own children. You love them, cherish them, guide them, help teach them the values of good behaviour, of good character, of honesty and of love. You do the best that you can to prepare them for their free-will decisions of life. They are your greatest joy --and at times, you greatest grief. But you fundamentally love them, deeply, because they are a part of you.


As we work through the challenges, the trials and tribulations and pains (starting with those of child birth), we realize that we could not appreciate or value the treasures, the laughter, the joy and the bliss that life offers if we were not the free-will agents that God made us as, but were, instead, mere puppets on a string.


Poet, Robert Service, half-jokingly, half-cynically, referred to the human condition as “Gods Comic Cosmic Plan and God’s greatest joke is Man!” What are the alternatives?


Whether we strive to “make a difference”, or merely endure to the end, reflect on the lesser attractiveness of any potential alternative realities, (or non-realities), and just try to savour the mystery, the sheer love and beauty of our existence, our human fellowship and ALL the other blessings that life has to offer ---as we jointly struggle to fulfill our God-given potential.

1 John 3:16; For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
Ephesians 3:19; And to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God.



Some things have to
be believed to be seen.


Ralph Hodgson


A Formula for Peace
 and Happiness...

 1 Thessalonians 5:

Rejoice evermore.
Pray without ceasing.
In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.



Say it all with...

"O Lord, forgive me
for what I have been, sanctify what I am, and order what I shall be."

-Frank MacNutt

"The Lord doesn't demand perfection; He requires dependence, trust, and covenant connection. In return, He offers us an unending supply of divine grace, mercy,
and favor we could never earn."

- Tommy Tenney, from "Preyers of a God Chaser"



Honor the LORD with your wealth, with the firstfruits of all your crops; - Proverbs 3:9

If anyone has material possessions and sees
his brother in need but has no pity on him,
how can the love of
God be in him?

- 1John 3:17-21

 -Luke 12:15 Then he said to them, "Watch
out! Be on your guard against all kinds of greed; a man's life
does not consist in
the abundance of
his possessions."

Luke 12:21  "This is
how it will be with anyone who stores up things for himself but
is not rich toward God."

Luke 12:34 “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”



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