Archive for December, 2010

By Keith Miller | December 31, 2010

God’s Orchestra

Keith, just wanted to ask you what you think about making New Year’s resolutions.  I have tried to live up to the Christian standard, but I never can.  So I’m not too optimistic about making any big resolutions for 2011.  What’s the point? Where has this idea come from that there is just one image […]

By Keith Miller | December 23, 2010

2010 Christmas Message

Merry Christmas! Wishes for a blessed Christmas come with this note!  I tried to write a blog for this week, but couldn’t.  Here’s what happened instead. Andrea and I were all set for a quiet Christmas in Austin together since we had been with kids and grandkids for Thanksgiving.  One night earlier this month, after […]

By Keith Miller | December 16, 2010

An Almost Perfect Gift

Keith, people make me so angry and frustrated when they don’t do what they say they’re going to do.  I don’t know what to do when I have these feelings.  I can’t seem to let things go without judging and shaming the people I love most—just to prove they’re wrong.  Any ideas? That’s a hard […]

By Keith Miller | December 8, 2010

Eternal Life—An Invitation, Not a Reward

Dear Keith, I’m wondering if you could talk about God’s love as you understand it.  If God’s love is “unconditional,” as people often claim it is, why does he need people to accept him?  Isn’t that a ‘condition’?  It seems contradictory to me for Christians to claim that God loves everyone and then that only […]

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