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20/02/2013

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Paul Robinson

Perhaps he is simply stating how he sees it. That he sees people "waiting for the world to change" and not doing anything about it, rather than it being his stance on how to live.

Maybe it would be like God looking at Christians and saying "they are just waiting for me to return". He obviously doesn't think that is how we should live, rather that is how we (some obviously, not all) are living.

But indeed, regardless we can't sit around waiting. Especially if we start to see God's kingdom being something that is already in some respect present to us. We simply can't wait around because we're already (partially) there.

Barry

When I first started 19 years ago in the company I was made redundant from just last week, I created some winds of change, for the better, or I wouldnt have lasted 19 days, the owner of the business said to me, "yer doin good, people dont like change" he rarely spoke to me again. It was pointed out to me just before I left the building (uh hu) that it is written 'seek and ye shall find' In the space of two days I have found and applied for four suitable jobs. So I concur, NO WAITING!!

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