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Providence can be defined as the foreseeing care and guidance of God. I’ve experienced this in my life; unexplained occurrences, mysteries, or might otherwise be known as coincidences. Is there a God? And if so: Who, where, and what is God? What does it mean to believe in God? I’m aware of good and evil, but why? Why was I given life only to die? Why do I care about how I live my life or concern myself with another person’s judgment of my lifestyle? Do I have freewill? If so, how is my freewill determined by God? Am I…worthy of God?

This site is about my faith and how I reason to believe the answer of these questions. And I did not mistake my verb “answer” in the singular. My faith encompasses the very Person of Jesus Christ as my answer, and there is a particular passage of scripture that puts everything in perspective for me—(Hebrews 6:4-6). However, the book of Ecclesiastes chapter 3 puts my Time 4 Providence in perspective, it begins, “There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven—”. Providence! Provides! People! Promise! The insight I receive from this: Is that, there is, in fact, an appointed time! But my question for anyone I care about issss…when? When is that appointed time for those that don’t understand this faith, what about them? What if they continue in unbelief? What is my responsibility to this knowledge?

In conclusion of my appointed time (funny) processing, I’ve realized that my responsibility is to provide people prom…well, not exactly. God provides the promise, but it’s delivered through the inspired message (gospel) of the Holy Spirit (gift) in me. In other words, I’m just the messenger. The choice is up to you on whether or not to believe. And so my message concludes with a Holy Spirit warning: Believe, or expect justice. Because my God is not a liar nor slow in keeping His promise!

 

 

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