Occupy Till I Come

But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts:
and be ready always to give an answer
to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you
with meekness and fear:
(1 Peter 3:15 KJV)


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Reply Andrew Patrick
5:12 PM on September 1, 2010 
Welcome to the guest book. I have just begun to build this site and there is a lot more planned to come. Please feel free to contact me personally concerning any subject matter that is posted on this site, or that you would like to see addressed in the future.
Reply Tarnya Burge
5:55 AM on September 7, 2010 

Great start Andrew !

Reply T Chen
2:28 PM on September 17, 2010 

Hi Andrew:

I look forward to reading your articles on this new website.  I like to offer a few topics addressed in the future: the inspiration of the scriptures, the preservation of the scriptures, why should anyone care which translation they use, criterias for choosing an english translation to read and to study.  Thanks!


Reply Doralynn
2:27 PM on October 12, 2010 

Hi Andrew, you're off to a good start. Looking forward to watching your site evolve.

Reply Silas Z
10:15 AM on September 29, 2013 

Your thoughts on various subjects are very useful. I just thought I'd fly this by you.

You wrote: "I can say that the clear testimony of the whole scripture tells us that there is One God, and Jesus is that God."

I tried to look at every quote with the word spirit and did not find any reference to people praying to the spirit of God or the bible advocating it.

Also in the Old testament though God and his spirit were active the prophets never had confusion as to which “God” to pray to and worship. 

Jehovah/YHWH was their God and by HIS spirit he worked with his people.

Why don’t we just leave it as ‘God and his spirit’ as taught in scriptures and not go further and say God the God and God the Spirit?

I have seen Pastors pray to the Spirit? Why do they do this when it is not taught and no example of such a practice is found in scriptures. We find references to Pray IN the spirit TO God but not Pray TO the spirit.

Reply Andrew Patrick
1:33 AM on September 30, 2013 

Thanks for stopping by. The closest scripture I could think of on that question would be John 4:24, "God is a Spirit; and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth." God is a Spirit in heaven as well as the Spirit in us.


Rom 8:26 Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.


Prayer seems a little more appropriate when it is directed to heaven. If God is dwelling in us then we should be able to "talk" with that Spirit with our spirit... the Spirit (God) helps us to pray to God (who is a Spirit.)

This is not a proper discussion page, but I do respond to email...

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