by Virginia Harris, CSB
What is it about the depiction of a peoples’ sacred symbols and figures that inflame anger and violence? And what is it that impels individuals to show so little respect for their fellow man’s faith that they denigrate what he holds sacred? The recent protests and murders of four Americans in the Middle East in reaction to a home-made online video from the US has brought these issues to front-and-center discussions in the press, talk shows, the twitterverse, and countless family kitchen tables. Read more
Cute analogy. This is in a response to when a child asks why she has a hard time hearing God’s voice.
Reblogged from Deep and Wonderful Thoughts
My middle child said to me one day, “Mom, I never hear God’s voice. He talks to you, but not to me.” I then proceeded to give him an illustration.
Me: “How do you know your dad’s voice?”
Child: “Because I know him. I know what he sounds like.” Read more
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