Gabriel James Dziya has been on the path for what now seems to be most his life. Since he was reborn into the salvation of Jesus Christ, he has been determined not only to share that gift but also to fully understand just what that gift means and is, not just for himself but for all.
This path has led him to explore the issues of the path in almost all their incarnations. From Prophecy, Healing, Fellowship to now his greatest love- Teaching. What started over 10 years ago as one man's search for salvation has now turned into a ministry based in Zimbabwe which sees him play all the roles for which he has prepared for his entire life.
Gabriel does not simply follow the question of what it is to be a Christian in this time but what it means to be a Christian in eternity.
on July 08, 2015 :
Any time I think maybe I should reign in my general distaste for organized religion and give Christians a free-pass, I stumble upon something like this, aaaand I'm immediately reminded why I had that funky taste in my mouth in the first place.
Chapter five just wigs me out, man. It's 2015 and some people still think women are little more than servants. The chapter after that doesn't quite condone violence toward women, but it certainly downplays it:
"If you have been violent towards your wife, don't feel condemned, Jesus loves and forgives you. What you must do is apologize to your wife profusely and ask forgiveness. She will forgive you because she loves you and this will bring healing to her broken heart."
Mothafukkawaaat. Your damn WIFE better be the one you're looking for forgiveness from, son, not some dead guy in the sky.
Formatting, grammar and spelling was okay though.
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