"Will you pray for me?" "No." Sounds mean, right? But coming from us, it's really not. In this post, we explain why we do not take prayer requests, and why we won't even pretend to go along with this prayer game that is so popular in the Church. As Christian teachers, we have to answer to God for how we treat His flock, and the truth is that we care too much about the longterm health of your soul to tell you pretty lies about prayer.
When you’re focused and listening, God has nothing to say. When you’re busy and distracted, that’s when He pipes up. Is there a point to this? Yes, and in this post we discuss some of the reasons why God chooses to be this kind of evasive with souls who are sincerely seeking Him.
In this post, we discuss difficult truths that no one wants to hear, and yet these are the truths that you need to grapple with if you're going to come out of this situation in a better place than you're at now.
In this post, we compare the Lord's Prayer with David's prayer in Psalm 23 ("The Lord is my Shepherd...") to help you understand why praying the Lord's Prayer as a serious believer is going to lead you spiritually astray.