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Sunday, 13 July 2014
Availability

This month's article has touched quite a few people; I've had quite a lot of personal responses saying how much it has meant to them. So what's it about?

Basically, it's about what it says on the tin: availability. Are we available for God? Are we available, where and when He wants? In particular, I look at the way that a certain young girl was taken aback when receiving news of a forthcoming family event in Galilee the year before Yeshua was born.

We have to remove the off-limits, "do not walk here" sign we've put up ـ selfishly declaring that our life is "private property".

There are and should be boundaries, but that doesn't alter the fundamental principle.

Why don't you schmooze over and read the article here and then let me know what you think?

Posted By Eitan Shishkoff, 5:00am Comment Comments: 0