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It is the middle of winter in northern Alberta, Canada The temperature is well below zero, one of those days that is so cold your nose hairs feel like little sticks plugging up your nostrils and every exhalation of breath becomes its own fogbank I was born not too far from this city, up in the northern prairies At least its a dry cold, someone offers, which is true, but not that comforting We enter the building and I unwrap the layers of protection, trading them for the warmth of this place of incarceration We are visiting a womens prison The women who have asked me to come and speak said that dozens of copies of The Shack have been making the rounds and having an impact The government has given these inmates a time out, an invitation to think about their lives and choices, something that people outside these walls have little opportunity to do These women are here today to spend an hour with me, by their own choosing Their presence is a gift Those who have eyes to see will find much wonder beneath tough exteriors and callous hearts Most of the women are here because of a relationship gone wrong, and their suffered betrayals and losses are visible in their bluster of defiance or barely concealed shame I feel quite at home here, among the bruised and wounded These are my people, our people I dont remember what I talked about It probably had to do with the prisons in my own life, places that became precious to me because they were all I knew About how we hold on to the certainty of our pain rather than take the risk of trusting anyone ever again Deeply wounded souls in the room began to weep Bruce Cockburn, the Canadian poet and musician, would call these rumours of glory Lost coins, lost sheep, lost sons, but not just any These are my sons, my sheep, and my coins I finish my talk and only a few leave Others wait to have me sign a book I hug everyone, which I am certain is a violation of all sorts of rules But I have been breaking such codes for a while, and no one ever interferes with these sacred encounters A woman stands waiting, her body tense with emotion When I simply take her in my arms, it is as if I set off a charge that lets the dam burst She sobs uncontrollably, for minutes I whisper that it is okay, that I have other shirts, that I have her and she is safe I cant comprehend all the misery and humanity that is flooding through this one small touch, but it is real and visceral and wrenching Finally, she stops the heaving enough to find some words Do you really think, she whispers in short bursts, that Papa is fond of me And there it is, the question This tender human being is entrusting me with this monumental question Even those who dont believe that God exists are desperate to know that love does and that love knows who we are More, we are driven from within to take the risk to ask of someone or Someone, Do you find anything in me that is lovable, that is enough, that is worthy of being loved There is a scene in The Shack in which the main character, Mackenzie, is having his assumptions challenged Mack is face to face with Sophia, the Wisdom of God, and she is asking him about the love he has for his children In particular, she asks which of his five children he loves the most Even moderately healthy parents would tell you this question is impossible to answer My wife, Kim, and I have six children When our eldest was born, we couldnt imagine ever having the capacity to love another child Our first used it all up But then our second arrived, and suddenly there was a new depth of love that either hadnt existed or had been dormant before his arrival It is as if each child brings with him or her a gift of love that is deposited into the hearts of the parents In the religious subculture in which I was raised, we all knew that God is love We said it and sang it all the time, until it didnt mean that much It was simply the way that God is It is like the grandchild who says, But you have to love me Youre my gramps But saying God is love doesnt capture our question, does it So Ive made a habit of rephrasing the line God loves you, and instead of making it about God, I make it about the object of Gods relentless affectionus So throughout The Shack, Papa would say, I am especially fond of her or him There is a world of difference between saying I love you, which is about me, and saying I am especially fond of you, which is about you Both are correct, but the latter somehow pierces the disquiet of our souls and says, Yes, I know you love me, but do you know me and do you like me You love because that is the way you are, but is there anything about me that is worth loving Do you see me, and do you like what you see Do you really think, she whispers in short bursts, that Papa is fond of me I squeeze her tight Yes, I whisper back as we both dissolve into torrents of tears Papa is especially fond of you Minutes later she regains a semblance of emotional control and looks up into my face for the first time Thats all I needed to know Thats all I needed to know With another hug, she exits, leaving me thinking, Darlin, that is all any of us needs to knowFrom the author of the twenty million plus copy bestselling novel The Shack and the New York Times bestsellers Cross Roads and Eve comes a compelling, conversational exploration of the wrong headed ideas we sometimes have and share about God.Wm Paul Young has been called a heretic for the ways he vividly portrays Gods love through his novels Here he shares twenty eight commonly uttered and sometimes seemingly innocuous things we say about God Paul exposes these as lies that keep us from having a full, loving relationship with our Creator With personal anecdotes and sharing the compassion readers felt from the Papa portrayed in The Shacknow a major film starring Sam Worthington and Octavia SpencerPaul encourages readers to think anew about important issues including sin, religion, hell, politics, identity, creation, human rights, and helping us discover Gods deep and abiding love. Lies We Believe About God Wm Paul Young Lies loves us, but doesn t like us It is the middle of winter in northern Alberta, Canada The temperature well below zero, one those days that so cold your nose hairs feel little sticks plugging up nostrils and every exhalation breath becomes its own fogbank The Dr Chris Thurman on FREE shipping qualifying offers This newly repackaged edition examines lies people tell themselves damage emotional health, relationships Young Women And Truth sets sets them free They only want thing other we ve been told about guys Don believe Calm Courageous re going to have let truth scream louder our souls than infected Beth Moore If I could give piece advice which encompasses single aspect anxiety panic it would be this Ridiculous You Founding turns out teachers, Hollywood whoever got Thanksgiving mythology from Big Turkey all made America s origin story far boring actually was for some very disturbing reasons Easy Ways Detect wikiHow Edit Article How Four Methods Detecting Face Eyes Verbal Responses Body Language Tics Through Interrogation Community QA Looking at facial expressions a person determine whether or not he she lying might just save you being victim Big lie Wikipedia A big German groe Lge propaganda technique expression coined by Adolf Hitler, when dictated his book Mein Kampf, use colossal no someone impudence distort infamously Hitler believed used Jews blame Hannah Arendt Explains Propaganda Uses to At least grade school, learned basics how Third Reich came power early Paramilitary gangs terrorizing opposition, incompetence opportunism conservatives, Reichstag Fire critical importance Anti Semitism Martin Luther Their Lies had my mind write either against But since these miserable accursed do cease lure even is, Christians, published book, found among who opposed such poisonous activities warned Wm Home Facebook Cross Roads follow novel Shack, written Now THE SHACK author, Young, invites join him CROSS ROADS life, place where hardest questions are asked they answered William P William born May , Canadian author He wrote novels Eve Shack Books WM PAUL YOUNG raised Stone Age tribe missionary parents highlands former New Guinea suffered great loss as child young adult now enjoys wastefulness grace with family Pacific Northwest Author Shack oldest four spend majority first decade Netherlands West Papua Dani, tribal wmpaulyoung Twitter latest Tweets Story teller any will listen Married best yrs, kids grands Jesus center circle Oregon What So Bad CBN CBN When novel, released last year created quite controversy Everyone, seemed, strong opinion offer wm paul eBay Find deals eBay wm Shop confidence age, biography Last known SHACK, Biography eldest four, th Grande Prairie, Canada, lived technologically stone age Books has books Goodreads ratings most popular Paul shares YouTube Sep personal life small crowd home video previously IMDb Writer writer, Cosmos Crossroads Come Garden Love Christianity Today touched nerve if sales millions sign Like sleeper selling new FaithWords covers God, human Eve Paperback Barnes Noble Shares His Powerful Testimony Jul Session FGC Credits Forgotten Gospel Conference theforgottengospel bestselling self sold over Novel the shack USA SHIPPING paperback Christian stars product object Object Books, eBooks, Audiobooks, b Originally set down beliefs friends, went York Times bestseller better part Author Instagram photos know joy minute day seems appropriate, love Papa presence Lies We Believe About God


    • Lies We Believe About God
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    • 14 March 2017

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