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Pure worship is pure humility which is complete openness to God. Through this alone God fills us with his fullness, full and overflowing – always. ♦ Apart from pure worship we close our self both to God and our self, … Continue reading
I want to wish everyone here at Truth Behind Reality a Happy Thanksgiving! This is a very special holiday for me. I so appreciate God’s unending blessings in my life. Just when I think life is dealing me a major … Continue reading
Without truth, our approach to morality is forever subject to the whim of human desire. Todd Beal ♦ The key to understanding morality is determining what is right, first, so that by default we equally know what is wrong. When … Continue reading
Fool’s gold is plentiful and looks real to the untrained eye, but real gold is hard to obtain and compares to nothing else once experienced. Todd Beal ♦ We often times focus so much on the “jackpot” act of sex … Continue reading
Willful and unrepentant rebellion always assures separation from God, and ultimately incurs his wrath. Todd Beal ♦ There is a certain element to the doctrine of “eternal security” that strikes accord with me, but I don’t believe the scriptures ever … Continue reading
Whether I am alone or with others, my individuality either develops or does not, matures or remains immature, and depends entirely upon my acceptance of what I am, what I need to become, and my willingness to forego what I … Continue reading
Newness is deviation from normalcy, but when newness becomes sameness, it becomes a way of life, commonplace, not new. Todd Beal ♦ Normal is good when it maintains stability of truth and structural completeness, but otherwise stifles life itself. Within … Continue reading