Ignoring the Hells of Earth? (Shane Claiborne)

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  • Tasiyagnunpa Livermont

    But, what happens when you’re a Christian AND marginalized AND ‘poor’ AND in debt? What then?

    http://betweenleafandsky.wordpress.com/2011/12/05/remember-to-whom-you-belong/

  • Ann van Wijgerden

    Thanks for passing on this challenging reminder from Shane Claiborne!

  • http://www.2ndmanunited.com Michael Fleming

    “God has no other hands but ours and no other
    feet than ours.  He doesn’t want to
    change the world without us.  He’s
    waiting for us to institute the kingdom on earth as it is in heaven.”Many Christians don’t understand that the only way God works in the world is through the human race.  That’s how He set it up.  In Genesis, He gave humans dominion over this realm to act as His Kingdom ambassadors.  God only has dominion through us.  That’s why reclaiming the Kingdom could only happen through a human.  When we committed treason, it allowed God’s enemy to take over.  The human race had to make it right to gain the Kingdom back.  Since they were not capable in themselves, God broke into the human race to accomplish it.We pray “God, do this this and this.”  His answer is “I will if you let me do it through you.”