Two Life-Challenging Realities That Seem Impossible

Prepare For Some Spiritual Challenges in 2017

I thought while I was visiting my in-laws in North Carolina, I could write some posts about the Participatory Paradigm. This is proving to be difficult. So, with my apologies to those who desire to explore this model further with me, I invite you to stay tuned. Next week I’ll write more. 

In the meantime, as 2017 awaits your arrival, meditate on these :

  1. Until we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ (Ephesians 4.13). Is this really possible? How could human beings actualize “the stature of the fulness of Christ?” Was the Apostle blowing smoke, championing a theory, or speaking truth? 
  2. Be perfect, therefore, as your Heavenly Father is perfect (Matthew 5.48). Is perfection, as the Father is perfect, really possible? How could Jesus demand such a standard if it could not be realized? How do His words affect you? 

I will continue to explore the mystery of “becoming like Christ” in future posts. 

Thank you for engaging The UnCommon Journey this year. You have become an integral part of helping others in their journey with God. By reading, practicing, sharing, contemplating, or commenting, you’ve contributed silently or simply to the movement of others into a deeper relationship with the Triune God. 

A small community of the spiritually hungry or hurting is developing as a result of this blog. 

May 2017 be a spiritually prosperous year for you. 

If there is any way I can help this become true, let me know. Otherwise, I will contribute what I’m able. 

Dr. K 

 

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2 thoughts on “Two Life-Challenging Realities That Seem Impossible

  1. Really enjoying and contemplating the Participatory Paradigm posts. It really rings true! Thanks!!! Be blessed, my brother!

    • Hi Greg. It seems a fire has been lit in you. Fan the flames, my friend. I’ll help as I’m able. You bring a humbling joy to my heart with your reception of my musings. Thanks be to God for all things. Blessings to you, as well! Keith

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