Escape from Christendom

Michael

After many years working as a mariner and sea captain I began tinkering with early web design and linux web hosting servers whilst on leave. It turned into a post maritime career option. I now serve as a Co-Elder in a Church family situated in Central Highlands of Victoria Australia. Comments are enthusiastically welcomed below via the "Leave a Reply" form. PS. I am still tinkering....!

4 Responses

  1. Eliazar T Rose says:

    It took me a while to read and slowly grasp to depth. I believe I have the depth of this message for a long time. I still support helping Pastor to be able to deliver a message that is relevant to Indians based on the Gospel of John. The salvation – no re-incarnation on acceptance of Christ. We still support a small group but when they build a church we see that as their community must support them

  2. Pierina Lloyd says:

    Wow, how precious and timely this word is. A story that captures the heart and purpose of God. Deep calls unto deep, how vast is the love of the Father, who leads His own, to read a story like this at a time where it is needed the most. Even in the wilderness, there also the Lord determines our season, though hard, a peace to know and desire to be swallowed by the desert of the Lords vast mercy where true worship, a life utterly abandoned, the losing of ones own life to the desert of Gods presence, being found in Him, is the desire of ones heart. Letting go, falling into this glorious unknown. Its safer than i know. Perfect communion, oneness with the Lord. This I pray my Lord.
    Thank you dear brother for this story. One that makes you ponder with deep inner wordful thoughts.

  3. Jerryl says:

    I’m from the church in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Wow! I’ve never read a story like this. It has so much truth and revelation. I pray that I too may loose my life so that I can be part of the City of the Great King Jesus Christ. Thank you for sharing it brother. God Bless.

    • Mlchael says:

      Jerryl, firstly greetings to all the folk in Kenosha, still waiting for my invite from Eduardo (joke). Thanks for your comment, we do appreciate feed back. When I first came across this spiritual story it certainly had me in deep thoughts for a long time. Glad that you enjoyed.

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