On the day I threw my John Vanier books in the bin…

…because of Psalm 101, my thoughts went wider than myself. What influences do you need to tear off and say “Goodbye” to, once and for all time?

2 comments on “On the day I threw my John Vanier books in the bin…

  1. Angela says:

    That is a lovely, encouraging word! Often there is much clinging to us from wrong relationships or incorrect doctrines. I know my value and worth in the Lord, according to his word… but in this world we encounter much that would destroy that sense of value, and our confidence along with it.
    Thinking of ‘clinging to us’, it is noticeable that some of the ‘grace and prosperity’ gospel doctrines have that clinging tendency. Remaining unhealed means a ‘lack of faith’; I ripped that one off and binned it, finally, just yesterday, after watching a good You-Tube series called Clouds Without Water by Justin Peters. His common sense and reliance on Bible truth and contact were powerful to remove my responsibility for physical suffering.
    ‘Submit yourselves therefore to God, resist the devil, and he has to flee.’ James 4:7 ESV

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  2. Angela says:

    Typo* contact should read context

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