Aaron writes, "Imagine you’re standing on the banks of a great river. It’s about 2 kilometers across and in the middle, about 300 meters in from the shore on both sides, there’s a current that runs at about 80 kph."
Aaron writes, "I realized that I was making the same mistakes with my sons that my father had made with me, and I had to stop and think and pray about it. What I believe God was teaching me through these experiences was this."
Aaron writes, "America likely will resume its traditional role as Israel’s best friend and closest ally following the inauguration of Donald Trump in a few days, but it will do so with drastically reduced capacity to act, regardless of intent."
Aaron writes, "We know how the movie ends and we’ve been told what part we’re supposed to play in it, so although we must react to the raging against this country at the UN, etc. reacting in fear, anger or despair is un-Biblical and also a waste of time."
Aaron writes, "The people who were most adamant in their denunciations of Christmas and anyone who has anything good to say about it are really not against Christmas. That’s just a symptom of a much deeper pathology."
Aaron writes, "Allow me to tell you a short story. Many years ago I stumbled into an extremely uncomfortable and unhappy situation... but God set up circumstances which led me to one of the greatest long-term blessings of my life."
Aaron writes, "As I knew it would, my previous blog post "Some thoughts on Christmas, Jesus, Lucifer and the Bible” generated a great deal of feedback... There was, however, a third category of feedback featuring some serious and respectful engagement in the issues I raised..."
Aaron writes, "The issue of Christmas is highly divisive in the Hebrew-Roots and Messianic Jewish communities around the world... But Titus 3:9 says; 'But avoid foolish controversies and genealogies and strife and disputes about the Law, for they are unprofitable and worthless'."
Aaron begins his parable, "One Sunday God decided to visit a small church to see what kind of people were coming to His house to worship Him."
Aaron writes, "This is the first of what will be, Lord willing, an ongoing series of blog posts here at KNI about what being a father has taught me about God and His relationship with humanity."