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Is spiritual transformation selfish?

Some see the process of spiritual transformation as the epitome of self-centeredness. After all, one is trying to get God’s attention and protect one’s eternal behind. So rather than getting caught up in mere “navel-gazing,” people are choosing to be … Continue reading

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Angels find “rest” in their vocation

In fact, work becomes burdensome to angels only when any idea of recompense, honors, pleasures or riches enters into their heads. Heavenly “rest” involves good works—without reward! This most certainly challenges the worldly view that acquiring riches and “stuff” leads … Continue reading

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Do you have a bony ass?

I am not talking about the junk in your trunk, or the lack of it. I am speaking in biblical terms concerning the quality of your service to others—your “donkey-ness.” This issue of labor and its innermost quality is addressed … Continue reading

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How Does One Burn In Hell?

For one thing, there is no physical fire in Hell because it is not a physical realm. So this is a question for physics as much as it is a question for theology. What does it really mean to “burn” … Continue reading

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