“On the Far Side Banks of Jordan…”

Thought I’d post something from a man who you no doubt never heard of. Watch the vid. Do understand that this is a fella who has probably a different view of cosmology than you. But so what.

Judge for yourself the merits of another believers walk, personally, I found this fresh and guileless.

It is a good thing to give others ‘air time’ as you already know.

OUR WAY IS THE HIGHWAY

Mystery forest with lost astronaut

THE LONGER I’VE BEEN IN THE FAITH; THE MORE I MATURE; and the firmer I become on various doctrinal positions—everything from eschatology and cosmology to graceology and doxology—I find myself succumbing to an ever-deepening fear of the Lord on the understanding, and coming to terms with the fact, that I am indeed a fallible soul, and undoubtedly will at the moment of my death be very wrong on any number of positions which I firmly held to.

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3 Responses to “On the Far Side Banks of Jordan…”

  1. Pingback: “On the Far Side Banks of Jordan…” — The Lions Den | Talmidimblogging

  2. This was pretty cool, Colorstorm! I so appreciate the wonder of it all, the being awestruck, the fear of the Lord, the willingness to practice some intellectual humility and to surrender all. We can get rigid in our beliefs,in our mindsets, sometimes forgetting that God is all powerful and sovereign. He can suspend gravity, he can make your world flat, so all the things about the world we think we know, become somewhat irrelevant when confronted by the face of God. He walked on water and He invited Peter to do the same. Obviously these things defy what we think we know and understand about water. So yeah, keep your head on your shoulders and your feet on the ground, but be willing to surrender all to the One who actually made the water. 🙂

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