Continued from part 1
I feel like Frodo, without the ring though, but a journey awaits nevertheless, even if I don’t know it yet. I would have been discouraged if I knew which way or how long it would be so God in His mercy showed me only one step at a time.
I wait happily to savor the meaningful and abundant Christian life that I’ve found. I’ve always known that there was something missing in all the rituals. I’m glad I was shown the way because there are no biological Christians. Whatever religion you belong to or even if you are born into a family that attends the best church, in the Master’s words, -you must be born again! There is indeed a transaction which must happen between you and God! It is written that the iniquity of us all was laid on Him.
Continue reading II – The Journey begins
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This is an account of a life changing experience I had when I was 24 which literally turned my world upside down. This is the reason simplysimple.info exists, as it opened up my mind to the truth which set me free and help discern what was true and what was not and helped de-program my life. Continue reading I – Contact
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This was among one of my first posts written on SimplySimple. However it never took shape as I was too busy juggling my blog hosting, learning WordPress and fiddling around with design issues and AD placements…. Fast forward to last week. Our fantastic Prime minister (and his team) pulls another one of his half baked political stunts. He decides that currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 should be demonetized. This is not the first time that someone has thought of it. It has happened twice before in Indian history -once before India gained independence from the British and then later on in 1978, under prime minister Morarji Desai. Coincidentally, both of them are from the state of Gujarat and have similar ideology.
Continue reading Surviving on fiat money
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I’ve always been uncomfortable about “tithing”. Not because I was a slacker at giving, it is just that at the back of my head I’ve had doubts of whether tithing still applied in/after the new testament. In addition, I’ve become wary giving to insatiable churches and fly by night standalone preachers and miracle workers and am tired of hearing how financially beneficial and blessed it is. I’m also pretty sure that getting returns on your giving is not the primary purpose of giving. The best way to know the truth would be to study the word of God by yourself as in this case, it is better to not let people on the receiving end interpret it for you. Continue reading Why I don’t tithe anymore
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