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About David J Keyser
*** I write and publish fiction about history, current affairs, and spiritual issues. I also write nonfiction Christian books on historical research and commentaries. I have earned five degrees; a bachelor's degree, three master's degrees and a Ph.D. I believe in the Christianity of the New Testament.
*** Excerpt from my Commentary Ultimate Freedom ...
Humans were originally designed to be dependent on God. Adam was given great power to be in charge of the entire natural world. But he had this power in dependence on God. He lost this power when he took his life into his own hands. Jesus said that he did not do anything that he did not see the Father doing. Jesus walked in total dependence on God the Father.
Dependence on God is good. We were never supposed to be free from God. He wants us to draw from him continually. He delights in meeting our every need. The life of faith is an adventure with God meeting every need, even anticipating our needs and arranging the supply before we ask.
A dependency on God will not take us away from the good things in life. Rather, it will bring us into a complete fulfillment of the good things in life like health and love and relationships and joy. God is always available to us and always will be in this life and in eternity. This dependency does certainly imply relationship. We are to live in a relationship with the living God.
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2. Concepts of the return of Christ have been reduced to mere escapism, the secret rapture.
3. True Faith has become mere religion.
4. The Confessions and Creeds have been abandoned.
5. The Kingdom of God is forgotten.
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