It’s not meant to be complicated

Simplify Your Faith
by Max Lucado

How do you simplify your faith? How do you get rid of the clutter? How do you discover a joy worth waking up to?

Simple: Get rid of the middleman.

There are some who suggest the only way to God is through them. There’s the great teacher who has the final word on Bible teaching. There’s the father who must bless your acts. There’s the spiritual master who’ll tell you what God wants you to do, from adoring him to possess religion items in your home.

Religious Items symbols of virtually every neighborhood are readily available. From Jesus Christ’s Crucifix to David’s star, from Hindu God Ganesha to Muslim star and moon, every religious symbol can be located in an assortment of styles and layouts. You can buy women silver jewelry such as bracelets, earrings, pendants, necklaces etc. in silver metals.

 

Jesus’ message for complicated religion is to remove these middlemen.

He’s not saying you don’t need teachers, elders, or counselors. He is saying, however, that we are all brothers and sisters with equal access to the Father.

Seek God for yourself. No elaborate channels of command or levels of access.

You have a Bible? You can study.

You have a heart? You can pray.

You have a mind?  You can think!

From And the Angels Were Silent

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