Be carful of what you ask God for!. Continuing in Sermon on the Mount:. We get a famous passage that can be very challenging to really put into practice. “Ask and you shall receive”. So Let’s Get Started. 1) Power of God 2) Passage & what does it mean to me?
A few months later, I concluded it had been a bout of mental illness. It was the only rational explanation. But I kept asking questions in the journal: \'How do I get back to that level of awareness?\' Reality seemed so mundane and deadly afterward."Part of the disconnect, Ehrenreich suggests, involved her atheism, which remains a proud piece of her heritage. "I was born to atheism," she writes, "and raised in it, by people who had derived their own atheism from a proud tradition of working-class rejection of authority in all its forms, whether vested in bosses or priests, gods or demons. This is what defined my people: We did not believe, and what this meant, when I started on my path of metaphysical questioning, was that there were no ready answers at hand."http://www.latimes.com/books/jacketcopy/la-ca-jc-barbara-ehrenreich-20140406,0,2464009.story#ixzz2yPdWECEj
God is that you?
Is a question many people ask during their lives. The technical term is “discernment”.