God's wonder is in the simplest of things. This photo,
by Cynthia Leck, was taken on 17 August 2008, at
the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. It is the view of
a tree and the sky above its leaves and branches, and is taken through
a teleidescopes -- a cross between a telescope and a kaleidescope.
They make things complex when they are simple
and they make things simple when they are complex!
by Charlie Leck
I’m so tired of silly, evangelical preachers of the gospel who have no idea what they’re talking about. They wouldn’t know Christ if he were to walk up next to them and whack them over the head with the ultimate truth; that is, that God is only, and nothing more, and nothing less than Love and that is everything and all things and nothing more matters.
No further spin is necessary. It is simple. It is complex.
[Read about Joel Osteen’s wife… and about Bishop Sheen… and weep for Christ!]
It’s just not enough to be faithful is it? We need giant cathedrals and jewels and miters and incense and massive stained glass windows. It’s all the stuff he didn’t want and didn’t think we needed.