GOD IN THE FLESH—Pt-1
This may sound rather stupid, and you might say: no more so than the other things you’ve said so far; but if you have never climbed Mt. Everest, you’ve really never climbed Mt. Everest. This is where all the people say—dahhhhhhhhhhhhh! REALLY? You don’t think so? Well think again. If you’ve never climbed Mt. Everest there are sights, and senses of things you can never imagine, nor see except from that perch. Even if you were to look at magazine or video images, there is still the existential fact of being there in the moment that no picture or video can communicate with sufficient force to rightly inform us of that reality. Like a view from Mt. Everest, looking at things through the eyes of God is the very thing God offers man, but which man rejects in confounded false piety. It is the very reason the mind of Christ and all things of God is given to us; to consummate God’s desire for his will to be done on earth as it is in heaven.
Father, that thy will be accomplished upon earth as you do them in heaven, show to me those things that you in heaven are now doing so that upon earth, I as your living image may also do them as you— the way you do them in heaven. This should be our prayer, but instead we squirm away like Adam the first day he was discovered in transgression.
The church has been on a slippery slope for generations and has become none the wiser for all the black eyes, and bloody noses it has suffered as a consequence of adhering to ways and traveling paths God never counseled.
Watching evolution trump “Christianity” and take over the classrooms, and the global public forum, is just one of those train wrecks that you really got to look away from. Use whatever euphemism you wan’t to minimize the damage the reality is that Christianity was never intended to be a theoretical discussion, but that’s just what it has been reduced to. It was just a matter of time before this was to happen. The greatest argument against evolution, and any such pernicious doctrine is you and I in Christ doing the mighty works of Christ in the ministry of reconcilliation. How is any one going to argue against Lazarus sitting at table who was dead and burried for three days.