conflicting natures

A Native American elder once described his own inner struggles in this manner. Inside of me are two dogs. One of the dogs is mean and evil. The other is good. The mean dog fights the good dog all the time. When asked which dogĀ  wins, he reflected for a moment and relied, “The one I feed the most,” George Bernard Shaw.

Who has not struggled with those inner beasts? They manifest themselves sometimes in subtle ways. No matter how the Apostle Paul saw both the problem and the solution. Saying, no such manifestation can over taken you except that which is common to all people. But God is faithful, who will not allow anyone to be plagued with their struggles beyond what is bearable. But with such manifestations He will make a way for change. (cp. 1 Corinthians 10:12-13, with exegesis).

It’s a matter of knowing your Bible, so that anyone can change their lives. It’s all apart of grace meaning God’s riches at Christ’ expense.

This Padre duly ordained, and also having a degree in political science. Is available to address the broad spectrum of organized groups within our communities. Right through to the many denominational churches doting the American landscape.

Exercise your prerogatives from the vast repertoire of interests to be explored. From the galaxy of the conventional to the corridors of issues usually avoided.

Scheduling can be accomplished through the Contact Us link on my Home page. Living room conversations work well, as do other forums where people can gather. Private consultations are also available by issue or topic. Through the various mediums of your choice.

CfS is a church without walls, and therefore, without membership.