RAKnominations (part 2)

The discussion here and elsewhere around RAKnominations has been interesting for me. I spent a few moments reflecting on some of the points raised elsewhere and a few thoughts and a question came to my mind.  We often hold verses in tension with one another to create a sometimes inexpressible truth. Our faith is often somewhere on a string between two points rather than a static position.  There was some discussion about Matthew 5’s ‘shine your light before others so that they may see your works and praise your Father in heaven.’ A solid point, that despite my self-aggrandising belief … Continue reading RAKnominations (part 2)