Looking out a window

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For the last several weeks we have had several feet of snow fall. The above picture was actually taken not to far from where I live. Anyway, when I look out my window all I can see is snow.

As it so happens, my little son loves to look at it as well. So, every time I change his diaper (an insane amount, am I right?), I stand him up and pull the blind down so he can look outside. It is his favorite part of diaper-changing time (I think).

While my hand sits there separating two of the blinds apart to open up a 6-inch window for him to peer through, he just moves his head looking around with the biggest smile on his face. Its a joy to see. and it reminds me of our worldviews.

Now, for my son, he sees the world very differently from me. He sees a world covered in white. He sees cars passing on the highway across from the fence. He sees people walking in front of us. He sees the street lamp between the softly falling snow. Then he sees the blinds again as daddy picks him up and swings him around.

This is his worldview. He does not know what snow is, he does not understand that each car passing by contains thousands of working parts, or the people walking in front of him are grown-up versions of himself. Though, in his mind, he knows what they are. His understanding of them is so far beneath my own, and mine is so far beneath that of a mechanic or a doctor.

My point: God does not have a worldview. He knows about every part of it all because He made it all. Just think how little a child knows, but how much they think they know. Then think of how much you know. Yeah, that is my point.

What has Already Answered Been Up To?

So, here we are. It has been 2.5 years since my last post. I’m still not sure what God has planned for Already Answered since my sabbatical from it, but, going into this new year, I know where God is leading me right now, it’s something called The Home Professor.thpwords

The Home Professor is, in all simplicity, a YouTube channel containing only family-friendly content for children, teenagers and even adults to learn from. It is comprised of short, animated videos explaining all kinds of subjects and fun facts.

We have been launched for just over a week now, and I’m very excited to see that it has been drawing attention and teaching people.

The link to the channel is here, The Home Professor.

I really believe The Home Professor is where God is leading me. Please, go watch some of the videos, and if you like them and wish to support us, visit our Patreon page here. Every single contribution helps! The goal is to produce several new videos every week, but we cannot do it without your support!

P.S. As for myself, in the last two and a half years, I have gotten married to the love of my life, had a son who is now 16 months old and been living the dream of being a dad and husband to the two most amazing people on the planet!

P.P.S. Does this mean I will be posting to Already Answered again? Maybe . . .Maybe.

 

Becomes Sin

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Is all anger sin? No, but some of it is. Even God Himself has righteous anger against sin, injustice, rebellion and pettiness. Anger sometimes serves a useful purpose, so it isn’t necessarily always a sin. Obviously, we’re going to have adverse feelings, or God wouldn’t have needed to provide the fruit of self-control. Just being tempted to do something is not sin. It’s when you don’t resist the temptation, but do it anyway, then it becomes sin.

– Joyce Meyer