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Mark Chironna
Bishop, Theo-Semiotician, Psychology, BCC Coach, Musician, Post Grad Researcher Univ. of Birmingham, UK
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Mark Chironna 12h
Replying to @TimatEmbassy
Love to see you!
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Mark Chironna 12h
Replying to @kvministries
That’s really 😄
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Mark Chironna 12h
Replying to @TimatEmbassy
Love you too! You doing well?
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Mark Chironna 13h
It’s really difficult to imagine Jesus, the Word made flesh, building a movement with cliche, buzzwords, and shibboleth.
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Mark Chironna 14h
Replying to @cb_johns @AletheaAllen
Abiding in prayer!!!!!
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Mark Chironna 23h
The Christ of the Sacred Text still reveals himself today, as He is the same, yesterday, today, and forever.
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Mark Chironna 23h
Attempts to find the so-called "historical Jesus" are failed and flawed attempts at reinvienting a Christ of one's own making based on one's own preferences, justsifying one's failure to relate to the One who is revealed in Scripture.
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Mark Chironna 23h
Human attempts to remake Jesus according to our own psychological projections ultimately fail. Far better to humble ourselves to the Christ of the Sacred Text and allow Him who walks in the midst of the lampstands to transform us from the inside out.
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Mark Chironna 23h
The Christ of the Sacred Text is the same existential Christ who walks with us and in us on life's journey. Discerning Him in the journey is impossible from discerning Him in the Sacred Text.
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Mark Chironna 23h
Replying to @puresight
Sadly quite true
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Mark Chironna Feb 20
Replying to @NicholasASmith
🤣🤣🤣
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Mark Chironna Feb 19
That might just be a great idea!
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Mark Chironna Feb 19
Replying to @BrianZahnd
😅
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Mark Chironna Feb 19
The truly discerning know that so-called “new revelations” have a shelf-life and an expiration date. Eternal truth on the other hand, does not.
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Mark Chironna Feb 19
There’s a world of difference between the notion of “getting fixed” and the reality of being made whole. Persons are on a healing journey not a journey where they’re being “fixed”. We’re not made from “parts”, we’re human beings on the journey from fragmentation to wholeness.
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Mark Chironna Feb 19
Faith and doubt can indeed coexist in the same heart. Honest doubt is not the same as unbelief. To claim otherwise is to misrepresent the journey of faith to the pilgrim on the journey. It’s the reason that faith travels with hope, and divine love undergirds them both.
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Mark Chironna Feb 19
The Sacred Text offers a view of the future that is quite hopeful in spite of present realities.
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Mark Chironna Feb 19
What we believe about the future (immediate, intermediate, and ultimate) has a profound effect on how we live in the present.
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Mark Chironna Feb 19
There is a hope that constantly whispers of “forever” within the heart that is true and is not a lie. True hope “springs eternal”!
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Mark Chironna Feb 18
Replying to @pcdavis33
Prophetic correction has to come from one who is a seasoned elder in a fuller expreession of propohetic expression than the charismatic gift of prophecy which is specificially for edification, comfort, and consolation. The guideliness for the "gift" are quite clear from Paul.
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