Christianity is a faith of contradiction.
The reason is that we base our life on the Bible. Which has the Old Testament and the New Testament. Don’t get me wrong, there are certain themes that have strong consistency throughout the Good Book.
But the Old Testament includes books of the Torah:
So mixing aspects of the religion of Judaism with Christianity. Well, it can be a bit messy.
I never thought I’d be the type of Christian to download and install my inspiration from the Internet. Yet, here I am- absolutely loving the Bible App by YouVersion!
The app is completely free and has the best Bible study reading plans. Plans that can be browsed by topic. If you have the Bible App installed, feel free to add me!
Select Connect with Friends, click the little magnifying glass next to Add Friends, and search for me with the following information:
You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what He has promised. (Hebrews 10:36)
Greetings my beautiful brothers and sisters in Christ!
It’s been a hot minute since my last real post. However, I do have a confession. I’ve been kinda lazy in faith. Things have been going so well in my life. Promotion, money, commercialism, and all the shiny things that can distract us from what’s most important.
But the Lord is patient.
Thank goodness for that, amiright?
In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps. (Proverbs 16:9)
Originally, I was working towards a career in investment banking. My plans revolved around anything with the highest payoff. Because money.
Then I meandered into the field of Information Technology in Higher Education and grew too specialized to escape. I figured it was one of life’s detours that could’ve ended up a lot worse. So…
For all intents and purposes, I am content.
These past few weeks, I’ve been at conferences where I had the distinct privilege of presenting on behalf of my university’s IT department.
It was at the Annual Computing Conference where I learned that God had strategically placed me where I’m at today.