Mission and Means

The nature of truth is that is must be lived or it means nothing. This is revelation we are talking about here. It’s not that we are responsible for making sure anyone receives it, but that we are responsible for revealing it. Just as Christ Himself was the incarnation of God’s Word, so we are to incarnate Christ in our own bodies (Galatians 2:20).

In this world, all we have is each other to bolster our sense of calling. Sharing faith is not merely evangelism, but it’s fellowship with like believers. For whatever reason, this latter day renewal of the heart-led way sees us widely scattered across the globe. Few of my regular readers have personal contact with each other. About the only way we can fellowship is via the Internet or the global cellphone network.

It’s not just this blog, but all the ways we can share our adventures in revelation using the global communications protocols. Most of you have your own blogs and I wish I had more time to visit with you individually. I promise to make a renewed effort, but the we are up to 800+ subscribers. Still, I confess that it’s hard to know who is paying attention here if you don’t hit the “like” button or make a comment. What matters most is that you aren’t waiting on me, but you are reaching out to others on your own.

Otherwise that faith means nothing.

I’m praying that all of you are taking the time to protect the means of connection, too. In the virtual world, CompSec (computer security) is the same as learning how to walk and talk. It’s the language and means of travel. Don’t rely on my piddling notices here; learn how to take care of your own system, whatever it is you feel called to use. Things are getting rougher, so it’s going to consume more time and resources; there’s nothing any of us can do to change that. All we can do is meet the challenge head on.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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One Response to Mission and Means

  1. Jay DiNitto says:

    This reminds me of the Theodore Roosevelt quote: “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”

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