Happy Sunday to everyone. Once in while (on a Sunday) you can find encouraging tidbits of info (always use discernment) that can change our course, or enlighten our path towards a better direction or, ending up skipping over some would-be bad obstacles and freeing us up from an otherwise pit or wrong place. I found such info (knew this, maybe you did too) here at this link (below). Be blessed! You are carrying around someone’s miracle today……….be there. –Moraldiplomat
“……………..we are finite. We learn slowly, in bits and pieces, here a little and there a little. We also easily forget things we once knew. And we are sinful. Our unbelief easily colors our thinking, even when we are thinking about God’s truth. In short, our view of the world will never exactly be God’s … not now, and not even in eternity. We will never have his omniscience and infinite wisdom. And yet we must learn………………
……………Above all, it’s important to understand that Paul found no common ground with Greek philosophy here. Even more, everything Paul said about God was entirely at odds with the with the philosophers’ basic assumptions. And yet Paul could still point to the Stoic poets and find support in their words, if not in their underlying theology.
For even the Greek poets knew that idols were “foundational garbage” and that men were, in some sense … “the offspring of God.” Above all, Paul’s summary of theology was sufficient to draw a sharp contrast between his understanding of the world and that of the pagan philosophers. He created a sufficient base for a moral and intellectual conversation about repentance………….”
Read the rest here > https://www.offthegridnews.com/religion/view-world-affects-learning/
Let’s start the new week with a new goal and a better understanding of God and the world around us. Have a great next week! 🙂