Do actions matter?

Do actions matter? As a matter of fact, they do. Actions ‘reveal’ who we are, because they are constitutive of our personality. They are the unique means by which any person appears in the world. Actions show us ‘in actu’ who the actor is, just as Scripture reveals to us the names of God just by looking at His deeds and actions. No person, ever, can dissociate himself from his own deeds, unless someone suffers from mental illness, or is forced to act against his own conscience.

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Christian practices of immediacy

On September 7th I attended four sessions at the ‘There is More’ conference of the Evangelisch Werkverband in Veenendaal. It was very interesting to hear Sam Storms, Randy Clark and Paul Martini speak, and to be present at their ‘ministry’ time that concluded every session.

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