Here's random information on the life and times, work and play of Eric M. Larson. Some technology, some philosophy, some note-keeping, a little religion, and some "current events," all coming together with the goal to support learning.
Matt Walsh: "Demons exist. Evil forces are at work in our world. This is a fact. As a Christian, you have to believe this or you are not a Christian. To deny it is to deny Scripture and to deny Christ's saving work on the Cross. Demons are real. Possession is real. It's scary, it's horrible, it's terrifying, but it's the reality." Hmmm...
Having encountered 1 Corinthians 6:11 anew, where it seems to frame sanctification as a completed act, I did some Googling and found these references: http://matthiasmedia.com/briefing/2013/01/sanctification-is-not-about-progress/
From http://www.DoseOfLeadership.com/tim-storey/ ...There are different ways that God speaks. One is through the Inner Witness, where you feel like, "Man, I think I want to be a pilot." It's an inner witness. The other way He speaks is through Circumstances. He does things through circumstances; things shift. God closes "a" door to open up The door. So, one is Inner Witness; two is Circumstances; three is through the Word of God, where you can be reading something and it bears Witness with you, and you go, "Wow! Look at what happened! Abraham walked by faith: he went into a land that he knew not of. That's what I'm doing! But here's a way where most people miss it: God speaks through the Multitude of Counselors. It's important to put the right people around you, where you can weigh out your next move. I do it; I've got to do it. I've got so much coming at me at this point in my life that's positive, I need to weigh it o
Today's evangelicals will know the song by Paul Baloche – The Same Love. The chorus: The same God that spread the heavens wide The same God that was crucified Is calling us all by name One issue: The Judeo-Christian God, is a "Who", not a "that" (or even a "That".) It might not be a unique understanding, but it's a pretty foundational one. http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/prayables/2012/03/paul-baloche-the-same-love.html