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‘To BE or not To Be’

"To be, or not to be that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune..." Unlike the above words from Shakespeare's Hamlet's soliloquy — in which the individual bemoans his lot — suffering the lot of the 'outrageous fortunes' that befall mankind —living an unexamined fruitless… Continue reading ‘To BE or not To Be’

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I’m OK To Die…

The late Dallas Willard states that justification has taken the place of regeneration—as he puts it: “Being let off the divine hook replaces possession of the divine life from above.” It’s one thing receiving forgiveness but quite another giving your life to Christ and taking on his mantle and taking the Holy Spirit’s direction for your life...