Monday, December 29, 2014

But... that is my PERSONAL Conviction

My house does our best to obey the commandments of Jesus Christ. We teach our children to honor and respect one another (Romans 12:10). But it is just our personal conviction. We teach our children to bless those who curse them, and pray for those who persecute them (Matthew 5:44). But it is just our personal conviction. We teach them to not love the world, nor the things in the world (1John 2:15). But it is just our personal conviction.

We also teach our children not to fornicate, commit adultery, steal, or bear false witness against their neighbor. But these also are just our personal convictions.

Now, hopefully you see the sarcasm in the above statements; and I also realize that my points are exaggerated a bit. But I pray to drive home the reality of what is going on in modern "conservative" Christianity.

Christians today, even the serious ones; even the most devout and whole-hearted ones, are extremely weak and sissified. They constantly apologize for believing what the Bible tells them to believe. They are ashamed of the words of Jesus Christ. So they, being cowards, have come up with a clever, non-confrontational way to communicate their BIBLICAL doctrines without offending anyone or "turning them off" to the gospel of Jesus; as if we were called to be loved and adored instead of hated and despised (2Timothy 3:12). How do these Christians accomplish this? They follow up every doctrinal statement with the phrase, "But that's just my personal conviction".

The Duggars and the Duck Dynasty celebrities are the prime examples. They are popular Christians in an age where the vast, vast majority of people in the nation hate and despise Jesus Christ and his ways. So what does that tell us about the Duggars and the Robertsons? According to God's word, they are not living godly in Christ Jesus.

I remember having a conversation with a high up supervisor (female) in the office I used to work in, about a year or so ago. This woman, a career woman, one who hates God's mandate for women to be humble, submissive, keepers at home; she loves the Duggars. She asked my opinion about them one day, and I was critical of them because I feel that they are compromisers of God's word. She became highly offended and irate and scolded me for "judging" them.

How does a woman who hates everything about the lifestyle of a family who follow's God's word, love and adore that family? Could it be because everything this family does is just their "personal conviction"? I thought so, and when I rented from the library the book, Growing Up Duggar: It's All About Relationships, written by four of the Duggar girls, my suspicions were confirmed.

In the book, the girls give many Biblical reasons for the way they live life and many of the decisions Jim Bob has made for his house. They are solid reasons. They are indisputable. But instead of challenging the readers to obey the Lord Jesus in like manner, take up their cross, and repent of their own ways, they had to qualify their statements with the direct contradictory statement: "But these things are just our personal convictions". Huh?? You have utterly refuted, ruined, and rendered all the previous statement you made completely vain.

I already gave the book back so I cannot give a direct quote from it, but here is a typical statement that is made by the Duggars, which I found doing a search on their webpage. It regards modesty and their decision not to wear the typical American, whorish, "bathing suite". While telling about what the Bible says and what the LORD required of them, it is stated as a qualifier:

"This isn't for everyone, and we don't push this on anybody. And we don't judge anyone that doesn't have this perspective".

Apparently their so-called conviction was just God's personal preference for the Duggars and not a commandment of the Holy Scriptures. How utterly disgusting their statement is.

Nobody ever used to have "personal convictions". They believed the way they did things, confirmed by the Biblical text, was the right way to do things. Sure, they could be wrong on some things, but they were convinced the Bible spoke to us directly regarding various subjects. The people today, especially the Christians, are oversensitive sissified wimps, and are afraid to stand up for the truth. They have given in to the spirit of the age. That is why evil has prevailed in the 20th and 21st centuries in America.

 Our family believes a man ought to dress like a man and a woman, like a woman. My wife and daughters do not wear pants; they wear long skirts and dresses. The Bible states that it is an abomination for a women to wear that which pertains unto a man (Deuteronomy 22:5). We believe that the Bible does teach, and that the Holy Spirit bears witness that women ought to wear a long skirt or dress. It is not just a personal conviction. We believe that everyone claiming the name of Christ should do so. Are we wrong? Maybe, but probably not. Do you disagree with me? Fine. But do not tell me that my belief is just a preference and that I should tell you that whatever you decide to do is just dandy with the LORD. If I truly believe the Bible teaches women to not wear pants, then I am required to exhort others to believe likewise.  I will write more on this subject in another blog post.

What angers me the most is that Christians of this generation refer to personal convictions as if they were talking about preferences of what their favorite ice cream is. "Well, I like Vanilla Ice Cream; I think it's the best, but that's just my personal preference". Deny it all you want, but this is exactly the attitude and spirit behind every "personal conviction" statement you hear come out of a Christian's mouth.

So, home schooling your children is just a "personal conviction" even though one cannot legitimately obey Deuteronomy chapter 6 while sending their children away for ungodly villains to train them in the ways of the world, instead of the ways of Christ.

What is a legitimate "personal conviction"? It is something that God impresses upon a person's heart to do personally. It is not tied into the scriptures either directly or indirectly. For example: certain men of God in the past have had a conviction that they ought to wake up at 4am every morning for 2 or 3 hours of prayer. So if one were to say, " I am convicted of God to spend 2-3 hours every morning with him", that is a legitimate use of the term, "personal conviction". But that is far different than a godly man who says, "A Christian ought to spend more time in the word of God, and in prayer, and stop spending hours of time each night devoted to Hollywood movies and television shows, created by men and women who are of their father, the devil."

Some godly fathers have smashed their televisions and said that they are not going to have such a device in their homes. I respect that. I have a television in my home, though. I do not have home Internet, however. The man who does not have the television may have a computer and home Internet. His decision not to have a television and my decision not to have Internet at home are personal decisions, suited to help us best serve God the way God has shown us. I wouldn't argue that. But do not tell me that whether or not you watch Hollywood filth and the abominations of televisions shows, is of the same category; it is not. The Bible is clear that we are not to set any wicked thing before our eyes (Psalm 101). I can use my television as a tool for the glory of God, in video, and as a projector for family worship. The other man can use the Internet as a tool for godly dominion. But you cannot justify watching wickedness on either device by claiming "Christian Liberty".

So repent of the spirit of this wicked age that we live in, and stand up for Biblical truth. Do not apologize for it. Rebuke and exhort, reprove and correct those who are not living according to the truth of the scripture (Leviticus 19:17, Ephesians 5:11). No need to take these scriptural commands seriously, however. These are just personal convictions.

Swiss Kinist

Friday, December 19, 2014

The Early Church Was a Cult!

Those Christians of us who identify as Kinist, or Christian Nationalists, know perfectly well what it is like to be falsely accused and called names. There is a certain "R" word that our enemies love to use against us.

What? You believe that nations (derived from the word "ethnos") should be separated by borders, according to their family lineage? Racist!! You will not allow your daughter to marry a Negro? Racist!! You prefer to be with your own people? Racist!!

So we have a group of people who prefer to be with their own, prefer their children to marry their own, and prefer to live in a nation of their own. They do not hate other people groups; they hope for all peoples to bow the knee to Jesus Christ. But celebrating the mixing of all people groups, to the elimination of the God-ordained distinctions is not love at all; that is hate. But this is not how Marxist American Christianity views it. You are a racist if you believe the above things; and because you are a racist, it not only makes the above statements true, it also makes you someone who:

1) Hates everyone that does not look like him
2) Hates people solely based on skin color (even though skin color is not the prime factor in race)
3) Wants to kill 6 million Jews
4) Thinks he is superior morally, spiritually, physically, etc. just because he has white skin

Of course, all of these false accusations are absurd. But when you are indoctrinated by Marxist teaching from your schools, media, and churches, all you can do is hear certain key phrases you have been programmed to react to, and then name call afterward without any logical thought whatsoever. Here is how it goes:

Hear word/belief/phrase
Pull up file on word/belief/phrase
Define the word/belief/phrase (ex: Racist)
Read Marxist definitions of the word and accuse.
Ascribe all evil attributes of the definition to the initial speaker.

Or something like that anyway. But it does not just happen with the word "racist". We have the "R" word. How about the "C" word? Unless you are part of a church that is just a flippant social club, that only practices Sunday Christianity, you are in danger of being labeled with the "C" word.... CULT!!

I used to belong to a church that grew corrupt eventually. The leadership had begun to exalt itself rather than Jesus Christ. But for a few years, it was a Christ-honoring congregation. We loved the LORD with all our heart, and sought his kingdom first. We evangelized the community, confronted sin, open-air preached, and held up a standard of holiness in preaching, and in life practice. We were united in Christ, as a family. Our lives revolved around each other. If a brother had to move, the whole church was there to help him move. If a family had a need, it was met instantaneously, and anyone was willing to help. We did not just gather on Sunday, we gathered collectively or with a few families separately for fellowship and meals almost daily. We could do this because many of us chose to move within very close proximately of one another.

We did not have our "own life". Our life was the church and our families. We did that which glorified God in all things, and held each other accountable. Sounds like a cult does it not? Well, by Biblical definition, not by a long shot. In fact, the church you read about in the book of Acts, and the church you read about in Paul's Epistles took these things to a much further extreme.

The church in Acts:
Acts 2:44-47

"And all that believed were together, and had all things common;

And sold their possessions and goods, and parted them to all men, as every man had need.

And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart;

Praising God, and having favour with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved."

Acts 4:32-35

"And the multitude of them that believed were of one heart and of one soul: neither said any of them that ought of the things which he possessed was his own; but they had all things common.

And with great power gave the apostles witness of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus: and great grace was upon them all.

Neither was there any among them that lacked: for as many as were possessors of lands or houses sold them, and brought the prices of the things that were sold,

And laid them down at the apostles' feet: and distribution was made unto every man according as he had need."

The Apostles' Doctrine

Hebrews 13:17

"Obey them that have the rule over you, and submit yourselves: for they watch for your souls, as they that must give account, that they may do it with joy, and not with grief: for that is unprofitable for you."

Now that sounds like a cult by 21st Century, American Marxist definition, if I have ever heard it! It sounds terrible! Almost like.... a community! God forbid! Seriously though folks, if you think back to every community there ever was, before the 20th century and the modern grid system, ultra specialization, and so on, you will realize this: By the definition of almost every American churchgoer, every community that ever was, was a wicked, flaming, "C" word! Cult! To put it in other words: If you do not practice modern hyper-individualism, then you are in a cult.

Unless you are pretty old, you probably have no idea what it is like to live in a REAL community. We call small sections of cities today communities but there is nothing about these people or areas of land that has anything to do with community. Americans hate community and thus, if there arises any group of sincere people (whether correct or incorrect doctrinally) that bears any resemblance to an actual community (as defined pre-20th century), they are slandered as a "cult". I did find it interesting to look up the origin of the word "cult" and found this:

[F]rom Latin cultus "care, labor; cultivation, culture; worship, reverence...

The word "cult" stems from the word "culture". Hello? McFly? Anybody home?

Obviously I do not believe in a group or person controlling every detail of our lives; I am usually the first one to rebel against corrupt leadership and call them out. That church I was part of, that I mentioned at the beginning of this blog post, I led "the rebellion" (if you wish to call it that) and the church dissolved due to unrepentance in leadership. But despite the corruption, I still will not say that it became a "cult" as defined by today's standards. Just because you do not like the way a community operates, and the leadership's decisions, does not mean you have to label it with the most heinous terms you can think of. I for one, am sick of all the fear mongering about cults. These same people that cry out about "cults", bully you into fear and submission, and scare you into not joining with a legitimate community. Just the same as they that bully you into hating your own people and buying into miscegenation and multiculturalism under the guise of "racism". These things are an abomination to God, and should be to any godly man or woman.

Swiss Kinist

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Driving Like One Who Belongs to Jesus Christ

Christians in America, even the zealous ones, are good at compartmentalizing different parts of their lives as either spiritual or unspiritual. I know, because I have a tendency to do so in my mind, when I do not crucify the old man. Then we also have the bent toward calling many areas of life neutral, as if God had nothing to say on the subject or any preference on how we approach certain situations. But nothing in life is neutral. In fact, "every idle word that men speak, they shall give account thereof on the day of judgment" (Matthew 12:36).

And if every idle word we speak is important, how much more, every action, and every decision? God cares about every detail of our lives; every minute detail should glorify him. We will talk another day about the every day decisions we make, such as the purchases we make. But I want to focus specifically on driving. And no, I am not here to tell you that if you don't obey the speed limit and every minor traffic law, that you are sinning against God. But there is a Christ-honoring way to drive, and a way to drive that does not honor Christ.

I do not believe that anything I say here will be new to most of you, but I want to stir up your minds by way of remembrance (2Peter 3:1). That, and consolidate the Christian principles that you may or may not apply daily to other venues of life, and make them specific to driving.

Basic Christian principles apply to driving:

"Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves.

Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others." -- Philippians 2:3,4

"But I say unto you which hear, Love your enemies, do good to them which hate you,
Bless them that curse you, and pray for them which despitefully use you.

And unto him that smiteth thee on the one cheek offer also the other; and him that taketh away thy cloak forbid not to take thy coat also.

Give to every man that asketh of thee; and of him that taketh away thy goods ask them not again.

And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise." -- Luke 6:27-31

These two passages of scripture would, if obeyed, eliminate a whole lot of traffic accidents, and also make driving a whole lot easier and pleasant. Have you ever been down south, in the small towns where there are still remnants of Christ-like customs entrenched in the culture?

When we visited some friends in Lee County Virginia about a year ago, we were sort of stunned when we drove places. Living in Northeast Ohio, we have an expectation when driving, that people are going to be absolute jerks and selfish, with a few exceptions. Folks where we live have an every man for himself attitude or, at the very best, have an attitude of "if he does good to me, then I will do good to him". You might be fooled by many people if you interact with them daily, but put them on the road and the anonymity of the situation reveals their true nature, just as the Internet does for anonymous comment posters.

But down in Southwest Virginia, every driver, literally, put others first. At a four-way stop, everyone volunteers to go last. People will not cut you off, or ride your tail, or get angry if you drive slow. In fact, the majority of the people drove slow themselves. And this was just fine with me, because the longer I have been a Christian, the more I drive like these Southerners. What is the big hurry? I am convinced that 90 % + of car accidents would be avoided if people did not make every time in the car a big race against time. And what better way to love your neighbor as yourself (Leviticus 19:18) than to create an environment (by your driving) where you have the least chance of hurting them? How about we drive with the words of Jesus in mind, "But many that are first shall be last; and the last shall be first (Matthew 19:30)?

Furthermore, a Christian should drive undistracted and cautiously; giving plenty of space between himself and the vehicle in front of him. Yes, and a lot of things you probably were told in driving school to do, you should do. But the fact that we jest and mock these things are abhorrent to the LORD. "Fools make a mock at sin" (Proverbs 14:9). And no, I am not saying that not doing everything you were told in driving school is a sin. Grasp the spirit of what I am saying. Driving a 2 or 3 ton machine down the road that has killed its ten thousands is not something to be taken lightly.

Do I make a complete and utter stop at every stop sign or stop light? No. Do I obey every speed limit that is posted? Of course not. There are posted speed limits that are unreasonably low. I drive through a few like this in my area and I go a little bit above the speed limit. But on the highway I am generally driving 55-60 mph, even when the speed limit is 70mph. And I discipline my time enough that I typically do not need to drive faster than that. You can avoid accidents, that even though would be the other driver's "fault", are nevertheless, avoided and both parties are safe. Many times it takes two careless drivers to cause an accident.

Perhaps best of all, when you drive slowly and carefully, you do not have to spend your driving time on the lookout for a police officer, and do not have to slow down when you see one with his radar gun on the highway. You can just relax and focus on the Lord Jesus.

 This final scripture notation is fitting for our attitude in driving, and in all of life:

"He that loveth his life shall lose it; and he that hateth his life in this world shall keep it unto life eternal." -- John 12:25

 Die to your self and see eternal life, which is Jesus Christ, flow through you.

Swiss Kinist

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Glorifying Jesus in Attire

"In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array;
But (which becometh women professing godliness) with good works." -- 1 Timothy 2:9,10

Leave it to your typical, American "Christian" to distort and/or ignore the plain teaching of the scripture above (and many other passages of scripture). The Bible is not by any means silent when it comes to instructions (commandments) on how a Christian's attire ought to be. Not only do we have plain texts like in 1st Timothy, but we also have general principles of conduct and attitude as the verse below:

"Likewise, ye younger, submit yourselves unto the elder. Yea, all of you be subject one to another, and be clothed with humility: for God resisteth the proud, and giveth grace to the humble." -- 1Peter 5:5

I will agree that this passage does not deal directly with physical clothing, but the principle that is borne from the text is this: Your entire life should demonstrate humility. Most Christian will excuse principles and commandments in the Bible by saying, "You don't know my heart" as if one could be inwardly righteous without the fruit of such righteousness showing forth outwardly. An attitude of humility will certainly be revealed in one's attire. Obviously (to those who feel like people ALWAYS have to give a balancing truth statement to every point they make) no one believes that dressing in a plain way automatically makes one humble. But if someone is truly humble, their daily clothing will prove it.

There are generally two heart attitudes that are displayed outwardly when it comes to clothing:

1) I want to draw attention to myself

2) I want to do what is pleasing in the sight of the LORD.

The first category certainly includes those who dress overtly plain to a ridiculous extent, in order to draw attention to themselves as being holier than everyone else. Please note that the definition of "modest" comes from the word "moderate"; this would imply that you can be "immodest" in more ways than just dressing like a harlot.

But women and men are to be modest and show forth humility in their attire. All the glory should go to Jesus Christ alone. And it just so happens to be that women are the chief means by which God shows his character (in attire); this is because most women in America in the 21st century dress more abominable than whores did many year ago. A women who dresses to please God and not reveal herself, and who demonstrates an attitude of humility, is going to stand out; but she stands out for the glory of God and exaltation of Jesus Christ.

Modesty and Humility in Men's Attire

Just so all the "balance" worshipers will not cry and whine that I did not mention men, I will mention men; actually no, it really is important to point out that many men dress in an immodest way. But I do not mean by revealing their bodies, as women do. As stated earlier, the word "modest" is not primarily about whether you dress to entice someone to sexual arousal. Definition number 4 in Webster's 1828 Dictionary states it pretty well:

4. Moderate; not excessive or extreme; not extravagant; as a modest request; modest joy; a modest computation.

So when you have men gathering to worship God (or supposedly doing so) while seeking to impress others with fancy suites and ties, and all that, you have an example of immodesty. The same goes for fancy accessories and the like. These are demonstrations of the pride of life or even variations of the others marks of "all that is in the world (1John 2). Friend, you are not wearing that to "give your best to the LORD", you are doing that to impress others and to make yourself stand out, or get complimented, etc.

Now here again is the passage of scripture in 1st Timothy that I mentioned at the onset of this blog entry, that Christians of almost every denomination utterly distort, hide from, and dance around with all their might:

"In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array;
But (which becometh women professing godliness) with good works." -- 1 Timothy 2:9,10

Let's try to put this in even more plain English, so the folks who do not want to take up their cross, bear the reproach of Christ, and suffer for his sake, can improve their dodging, ducking, and dancing skills:

Women; wear modest apparel; do not be excessive or extreme. Do not be extravagant. Have a spirit of humility and quietness/seriousness. Do not be bold and brash (yes, the spirit of your attitude is part of your adorning). Adorn yourself in this way, however, do not try to draw attention to your beauty by braiding your hair and making it all fancy. Do not adorn yourself with gold. Do not adorn yourself with pearls. Do not wear costly array. Do not adorn yourself in a manner that in your subconscious you desire people to say, "Look how beautiful she is!" Women who are truly godly and pleasing to the LORD do not do such things. But rather, they let their good works show forth true beauty, as defined by the LORD, not men.

Point out the plain text of scripture here to almost any church-goer or professing Christian, and you will hear the 1001 excuses of why they really do not have to obey the word of God or why the scripture really does not mean what it plainly says.

Whatever the excuse, we all know the real reason is this: Modern Christians do not want to lose their life for the sake of Jesus Christ. They want to remain comfortable and "be carried to the skies on flowery beds of ease" (Am I a Solider of the Cross?). So forget dying for the sake of Jesus Christ. Forget confessing his name before men (Matthew 10:32) in the face of persecution; Christians will not even be uncomfortable for Jesus, let alone die for him!

Perhaps on another post I will mention two other subtopics that go along with this theme:

The objection that The Bible does not say that women cannot wear pants
A Meek and Quiet Spirit

Swiss Kinist

Monday, December 15, 2014

What do you mean, "Dead Kinist"?

"If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God.

Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.

For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God.

When Christ, who is our life, shall appear, then shall ye also appear with him in glory.

Mortify therefore your members which are upon the earth; fornication, uncleanness, inordinate affection, evil concupiscence, and covetousness, which is idolatry:

For which things' sake the wrath of God cometh on the children of disobedience:
In the which ye also walked some time, when ye lived in them.

But now ye also put off all these; anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, filthy communication out of your mouth.

Lie not one to another, seeing that ye have put off the old man with his deeds;

And have put on the new man, which is renewed in knowledge after the image of him that created him:"  -- Colossians 3:1-10

Just as the name "Kinist" is a name used to distinguish oneself from people who today are generically called, "Christians", so I sought to make a further distinction of what my family both believes and practices. Our family does not believe that the popular (even though it's not really "popular" but you know what I mean) movement called Kinism, is consistent with Biblical Christianity.

Before you draw a conclusion out of that statement, let me explain. I do believe in the basic Kinist principles about race and people groups. What I do not agree with is the Presbyterian/Reformed lifestyle that is best described as being merely Sunday Christianity.

So "The Dead Kinist" seeks to die to his own will, die to sin, and allow Christ to live through him. He is separate from the world and esteems the reproach of Christ greater riches than the pleasures of this world (Hebrews 11:26). This is what my aim and goal is. But chiefly, that Jesus Christ would be glorified in our cities and towns, and state.

If you were to best describe my family's beliefs, consider a mixture of R.J. Rushdoony, Denny Kenaston, and Christian Agrarianism. The strengths of Reformed Kinist doctrine, combined with the godly, separate lifestyle of the original Anabaptist way will keep the devil running with his tail tucked between his legs. Sadly, all I see is one way or the other. Either correct doctrine, or (mostly) correct living.

As a Christian Reconstructionist, every detail of our lives must be brought into subjection to God's law and the glory of Jesus Christ. We must strive to make sure that every decision we take is based on a firm conviction from the word of God, not based on what is the most convenient or pleasurable option. In my opinion, both the Reformed and the Anabaptist camps have failed in this measure.

So my brethren....

"reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed unto sin, but alive unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord." -- Romans 6:11


"Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God." -- 1 Corinthians 10:31

Holiness Unto The LORD

On my initial post, I want to dedicate this blog to the Lord Jesus Christ. I feel compelled by the Holy Ghost to start writing blog posts; mainly because I want to heed the commandment of "redeeming the time" (Ephesians 5:16). I sit here at a computer desk at work Monday through Friday, and most of the time in between tasks goes toward either reading articles, or listening to sermons, or even lectures from R.J. Rushdoony. The LORD has blessed me with a considerable amount of time to read, write, and listen; a pleasure that I did not possess a little bit more than a year ago.

The beginning of 2014 was a spiritual high for my family (I will tell you more about my family later-- maybe). But as the year went by, things began to grow stagnant. I believe this is because I had become like the dead sea; I was taking in, and taking in, and taking in, but not giving back out nearly as much as I was taking in. So this will be my attempt at giving back out. But it will be unto the LORD, and not men (Colossians 3:23).

I will not have time to make this a professional blog, full of references,and such like things, although you will probably see many scripture references. You will probably see some typos and so on. My goal is not "professionalism" here. This blog is going to be an opinion blog. Yet, not just opinions, but opinions with their root in the word of God. I enjoy hearing people (or reading the writings of people) just rant off their opinions, and so hopefully the LORD will see to it that a few will enjoy reading my Biblical rants. I leave the results entirely in the hands of the Holy Ghost, to do with as he pleases.

Earlier this year I resolved before God Almighty that I would simply seek to do his will and obey him, and leave the results up to him, without being frustrated by lack of outward results. I strayed from this concept mid-year 2014, and as a result, I began to struggle in other areas of life. I want to get back to delighting to do God's will (Psalm 40:8) and not worrying about results so much. Believing in the absolute sovereignty of God through Jesus Christ, I will write; and if he blesses it, so be it. If not, then praise the Lord anyhow.

This blog will be an absolute smorgasbord; probably more like a journal than a blog.

I have always hated reading long posts, so perhaps I will break this whole introduction thing into a few smaller posts. May Jesus Christ receive the reward of his sufferings.

Swiss Kinist