When I noticed my ‘About’ page needed some info put on it, I couldn’t help but read the path to the page to be “is it a sin to / have sinned / about” and for a second I was almost tempted to turn it into some long daily confession, but lucky for you I’m not Catholic 😉  (…”For there is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus”  — 1 Timothy 2:5  Hence, confessions should be made to the Lord not to any man, for no man can forgive or even intercede on our behalf, only Christ can: “Do not call anyone on earth your father; for One is your Father, He who is in heaven.”  — Matthew 23:9 )

It’s not a bad idea though, to give a thought to what you may have sinned about, today, or yesterday.  In fact we are admonished to undertake such introspection and take action if we see ways to improve the outcome of our battles, and of course, to confess whenever the spirit prompts even though forgiveness has indeed already been granted, because each time we confess to the Lord, its like saying Thank You for his sacrifice which paid for all of those sins in our past,  the present, and in the future also.

Perhaps a doctrinal statement is in order for those obsessed with cults at every corner…but then a little suspense might be better!

I encourage everyone to research for themselves as deeply as possible the Holy Scriptures and take not one word from anyone to be equivalent in power to the  “The Word” (John 1) that has been revealed to us and to what the Word has for us to learn by the Holy Spirit.

(I shall be adding more to this page, along with some autobiographical type information about the author…)