Hi everyone,I hope your week is going well, and if you live up north, that you're driving through the snowstorms safely! I just wanted to give a tiny testimony of the Almighty Father: God is there. He might be in Heaven with Jesus, but his Spirit roams the Earth, covering us like a blanket. His … Continue reading Tiny Testimony: A God Always There
Almighty Congregants, Blessed be our God, and His Son Jesus Christ, in communion with His Holy Spirit. Yesterday was thanksgiving. Yesterday, we commemorated the day of giving thanks for all that we have, in expressing gratitude for our loved ones who are here physically and those in spirit, and for the wonderful food we might have eaten. … Continue reading Thanksgiving Day Sermon
Hi everyone,It's been a little while since I've given my last life update, so here it goes: I'm growing closer to Catholic salvation theology and mysticism. I'm enjoying studying about Heaven and Hell (and even Purgatory!), and how we can fall from grace. See my latest "Informal Thoughts" post for that.Advent is getting closer, so … Continue reading Life Update: Advent Approaching
I just posted this on my informal thinking-cap blog: thebiblicalunitarianchronicles.tumblr.com. I thought you guys would like this! Hi everyone, Today I am going to try to dismantle how we fall from grace and what it means to actually fall from grace. First, falling from grace means breaking that friendship with God and Christ, with whom … Continue reading Informal Thoughts: Falling from Grace
As a Unitarian Christian, my biggest aim is to be just like Jesus. Jesus is our ultimate teacher, and we can learn a lot from his in the Gospels. For one, he was self-sacrificing. He gave up his life in love. He carried all our sins with us to that cross, so that we can … Continue reading Aim to be just like Son!
Isaiah 25:6-9 Revelation 21:1-6a Salvation is amazing, I'll be honest. To see our family members again, to see old friends that passed away too early, to be reunited with long-gone pets. All that we hold dear, all whom we loved or who loved us, we will see again. In Isaiah, the LORD prepares a large … Continue reading All Saints Day: God Keeping His Promise