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Self-Reliance Requires Faith

Self-reliance on the human level does not conflict with faith in Christ. It takes a lot of faith to be self-reliant. The issue is that we know we cannot all be self-reliant in the same ways. Thus, we form a … Continue reading

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With Fury and Wild Abandon

So to sum this up, the biggest threat to America is not any foreign agency, but the enemies within. It is my duty to God to seek some shepherd’s protection of the American people, and that means getting rid of … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: Roleplaying

4. Roleplaying One of the protocols of sheikhs is giving their adoptees a new “name” — actually more like a title. In the eyes of God, our primary role in His service is shepherd of His sheep. Everything else we … Continue reading

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It’s All about the Sheep

If you read the previous post, you might have caught an underlying passion of mine: the Lord’s sheep. Jesus spent way more time dealing with the lost sheep of nation than anyone else. He had compassion on them and saw … Continue reading

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Stand in the Lord

A discussion with my beloved reminded me of something. The shepherd man of God does not fit the mainstream social definition of “nice” or even “cooperative.” Once you discard that false sense of obligation, and turn to make Christ your … Continue reading

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Courtship and Longing

Courtship leading to marriage is a badly broken model. In a fully developed parallel society of heart-led awareness, there would be no courtship. Marriages would be arranged by heart-led elders, the people who know the couple best. Granted, the arrangements … Continue reading

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An Elaborate Facade

Socialism (and/or communism) seeks to secure the material blessings of tribal living, but without the deep moral commitments necessary to make it all work. Granted, you can still have a tribal society with the same corruption and oppression that we … Continue reading

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