[Fences]



I've never been one to put words in people's mouths.

I've never cared much for twisting another's perspective to please my own.


My curiosities have always been piqued by the real motivations behind what people say and do.


I'll be the first to admit that this world is confusing. There are personal events we all eventually face that cause us to double down and question areas we once held firm surety in.


Points like these prove the necessity of an anchor.


My anchor...


...the word of God.


Like I said, I've never been one to put words in people's mouths.

I've never cared much for twisting another's perspective to please my own.


So when I read the Bible, I use [fences] to identify what I believe the scripture implies.


I use [fences] to engage the world - "Here's what I saw when I read the scriptures, how about you?"


But, most importantly I use [fences] to separate my wondering from the definite.


I explore, I think in the [fences].


When I'm reading the Bible, I’m reading it to get to know the author better.

For that reason, I let Him inside of the [fences].

We talk, He explains, I learn.

Ever wondered why [Ghost Protocol] is inside the fences?


Cause He’s still got more to teach us.

Rinse and Repeat.


- GP

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