The prevalent offender of all times, ages and seasons is Jesus. An unshakable trust in this offender with our flesh, mind, will, emotions and beliefs invites us to share in a glory, not worth comparison to this world. He offends the wisdom/logic of this world, He offends the comforts of this world, He offends the … Continue reading Good Offender
The allowance of evil is perfectly under the sovereignty of a Good God. Why? What? The Origin of Evil is still unknown. But, it’s defined on the basis of the existence of Good. Darkness doesn’t have an identity of its own, it’s the absence of LIGHT. If good doesn’t exist, then evil cannot be termed … Continue reading What is Evil? Where did it come from?
“…He spat on the ground and made clay with the saliva; and He anointed the eyes of the blind man with the clay. And He said to him, “Go, wash in the pool of Siloam” (which is translated, Sent). So he went and washed, and came back seeing.” – John 9: 6-7 When Jesus justified … Continue reading Time to Wash the Spit
In prayer, I was telling God, how unbearable it is when certain people hurt, has a wrong intentions, doesn't respond encouragingly and more than that, will not believe God has something wonderful in store. Sometimes, this strange expectations make you fall deep down and the ache is beyond contain. I, at times, feel someone hammering … Continue reading Blissful Soar
"Hear attentively the thunder of His voice, And the rumbling that comes from His mouth. He sends it forth under the whole heaven, His lightning to the ends of the earth.” Job 37: 2-3 I was wondering at the "Hear Attentively” instruction, that too towards a thunder. Why would anyone miss out on hearing a thunder? It’s loud, evident, experiential, … Continue reading Roar of Love
Sacredness isn't something ethereal and beyond reach. God became man through a woman, by the power of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit makes it sacred but in the most normal, human, and ordinary way. It’s not about the ecstatic experiences. The King of Peace breathed his first breath in the scruffiest surrounding. That’s the … Continue reading SACREDNESS IN THE NORMAL
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego said: "If you [the king] throw us into the blazing furnace, then the God we serve is able to rescue us from a furnace of blazing fire and release us from your power, Your Majesty. But even if He Does Not, O king, you can be sure that we still will … Continue reading Blazing One
Have you seen a car wash process? The owner leaves his/her car with the service boys in the car wash machinery area. Water is first sprayed from the two sides very slowly. After this there is heavy force of something whitish (water mixed with soap) on the car. You can see the dust accumulated on the … Continue reading Car Wash