If a Compass could talk, I once had this conversation with my Compass.
When I was a stopped at a stoplight one afternoon I pulled out my cheap Compass from the storage compartment between the front seats. Looking down at the needle, it said I was headed North when in fact I knew that I was, no doubt about it, headed directly south. So I gently jiggled it, the needle switched positions then again reported that I was, in fact, headed North.
So I said, “Hey, what’s going on here I don’t think you’re pointed North.”
The retort, “I’m a magnetic Compass that points you to North. You have to figure Continue reading “Think twice before using your Compass inside a running Electric Car”
“Dynamic” is one response.
This may seem an elementary question, but the views people carry about the cares in their life, in no particular order — faith, family, jobs, friends, hobbies — matter. We invest in the things we care about with our time, efforts, and money. We bring energy and ideas to projects.
Obviously, there is more than one answer to this question, “What is a Church . . .?.” Feel free to elaborate if you desire. I thoroughly believe Christians should share their ideas and beliefs with one another. Through my eyes this is what fellowship is mainly about: Spiritual enlightenment. Sharing with the faithful creates an environment for exchanging the concepts of our faith that help us to learn new views about our faith and, in so doing, sharpen our ability to share the faith to those who need to know more of God. What better way to expand your own knowledge of God than to share with those made in God’s own image. In Genesis, God makes humans in, “Our own image,” — which means you and each of those you worship with are somehow an “image of (the plurality of) God.”
“…this is what fellowship is mainly about: Spiritual enlightenment.”
We receive back in measure to how much we give, or in New Testament terms, “Reap what we sow.” And as our knowledge increases about a subject we understand it better and tend to be more supportive towards it. In this instance we are talking about ‘church’ and any of its aspects. If the question seems awkward, rethink it a little. Maybe “At church we…” or “What I like is …” So write us something…