I had written a long, and I thought good, post under this heading not too long ago about Father Stephen Freeman’s blog and book on the subject of Secular Protestantism. As I stared off into space, sipping my coffee and pondering the imponderable, my fat thumb rested up against the back space key. And all of those priceless thoughts were erased. Not a problem really, if I knew of it and reacted quickly enough. But I took another sip of coffee, as I curiously watched auto-backup kick in and write over all of it with a nice, clean blank page. Drats.
To summarize, all of what I’d said before can said in one brief, astounding sentence that you may not agree with.
God is here, watching and present, listening, and because of his undying love for us He actually intervenes in the affairs of men.
He is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow, and steps in and alters the course of history, of our lives, and those around us. Because He is merciful, loves us, and sent His Son for us. He holds everything we are, every last one of us. We live and breath in Him. Whether we acknowledge Him or not.
And that’s all I have to say about that.