Tag Archives: consciousness

Pain vs Unhappines

Coming in at the tail end of a discussion on who is responsible for what regarding an addiction in a relationship I would just like to affirm what I have learnt from experience, recovered/recovering porn addiction and a Christian counselor … Continue reading

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Change – Picking apples from a pear tree?

A man once bought a house in the middle of the winter because it had what looked like a well-established apple orchard in the back garden. When summer came along he was deeply disappointed to see pears growing on the … Continue reading

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“I am” am I not?

Hi Nick This “I am” concept is simple and yet important. In Christian writing and dialogue I come across some very vague thinking regarding concepts such as self. It raised in me questions such as who am I? Who is … Continue reading

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Journey of consciousness: Answer to question on SATS

Yes, no and yes. God took me on a journey to come to a realisation of my salvation, so yes. Since I came to salvation/consciousness I have never lost it and do not believe it can be lost, so no. … Continue reading

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Understanding the “fall of man”

It is very important for us to understand the fall of man as described in Genesis 1 to 3. To understand concepts such as salvation/consciousness, faith or repentance we need to know what went wrong, what are we saved from … Continue reading

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Ego vs “I am” – response to a post on The Mystery Revealed.

Dear DeeDee This is the point I want to bring across. You bring a wonderful word but for me it is lacking in one area. If there is no I am apart from Jesus then why would I want to … Continue reading

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Why now, why me?

Because its time, is probably the best answer. Church history tells us that the apostle Paul spent 14 years in a cave outside his home town of Tarsus. I have always wondered why, and “why?” is probably the question I … Continue reading

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