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Spiritual/Secular Personhood – March 10th

March 10, 2017

My morning routine takes me through a progression of reading.  I have two broad categories; Bible/Devotional and Secular (business/news/technology/sports).  For the secular category, I use the app feedly to pull a sampling of internet happenings into a smorgasbord of current events and ideas.  I flip through the articles picking a few that catch my eye as interesting.

Rarely, do the categories of my morning reading coincide.  That is what surprised me during this morning’s ritual.  This article, in Forbes of all places, was an insightful read for people actually engaging in their working world as complete embodiments of spiritual/secular personhood.

Do You Believe In God, But Not Intuition? http://www.forbes.com/sites/brucekasanoff/2017/03/10/do-you-believe-in-god-but-not-intuition/

Let me know what you think.

4 comments

  1. “intuition.” AKA Holy Spirit or enemy spirit, real no matter which voice is speaking. The enemy is a counterfeiter, by the way – he doesn’t counterfeit what isn’t real in the first place. Ever see a $3 bill? Thanks for the link, JD.


  2. I think this article is cloaked in great sounding philosophy. Key phrases to the enemy in his current agenda; intellect plus intuition, seek answers, be open…mimicking God just enough with the intent to draw innocents away.
    Intuition without being reborn in the Holy Spirit by the power and blood of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah, Son of God, fully God fully man will lead to death. Period.
    There is nothing pointing to anyone but the enemy of our souls in this article.

    That’s not what I think…that’s what the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Elohim, first and last, Father of Yeshua, sender of the Holy Spirit to enable us to keep fellowship and walk with Him, told me. I’m confident to say what He did.
    Grace and peace to you in Yeshua the Messiah…


  3. I believe in God, I don’t believe in coincidences. I do believe in small miracles, and I believe I can hear God speak to me, but only if I’m listening, and that takes some practice. Finally, I absolutely believe God works through people because I see it every day.


  4. Interesting title, and I did enjoy the article you referenced.

    The idea that spiritual personhood and secular personhood can be separated is, to my thinking, only an illusion. We act out of who we are, which flows out of what world views we choose to embrace. And these come layered up, often invisible to the one who holds them.



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