Mar. 5, 2017

Twisted Sister

My husband took me to see the movie, “The Shack” today.  I found it excruciatingly painful to watch and spiritually beautiful to absorb.  Don’t worry – I won’t give anything away.

I am probably the only person in the entire United States of America that has heard about the book “The Shack” but didn’t read it. I must admit this is one of those rare times that I am glad I didn’t read the book before seeing the movie.

Some ladies sitting behind us apparently didn’t like the movie. I overheard their struggle with some of the concepts. I realize I am different than what most people think of when it comes to church ladies. I found the writer to be a creative genius! However, I understand that I am not your typical Christian.

I’m told I have some unconventional beliefs. See what you think:

Always be a bold believer; but never be a cold Christian. (1 John 4:17)

Strength’s in a verse; it isn’t a curse. (Philippians 4:13)

Girls should be heard as God’s daughters; not seen as men’s doormats. (Acts 2:17)

 

Answer the call; don’t drop the ball. (1 Thessalonians 5:24)

If you join His army, you must accept His marching orders. (Micah 6:8)

When I cry out to “Thee,” Satan has to flee. (James 4:7)

Being Godly doesn’t always feel good. (2 Timothy 3:12)

God is Supreme regardless of who thinks they are in charge. (Colossians 2:10)

I cannot love God without loving His children – all of His children. (1 John 5:1)

When I fail, I need to admit it. By doing so, prayer is much more effective. (James 5:16)

See, I’m not a twisted sister after all!

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