Reflections on the notion of calling from Auburn Seminary
December 22, 2010

What do you think of the word calling?

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Panku : March 01, 2012 02:28 pm
Well, here's my two cents worth. I beileve that the Bible is the inspired Word of God and contains the information God wants us to know about Him, as well as His instructions on how He wants us to live our lives so as to be pleasing in His sight. Without the Bible, how would we know about God, so we can love Him with all our heart and soul and mind and strength? And, without the Bible, how would we know about His plan for our salvation, that He so loved the world that He sent His only beloved Son to suffer and die in our place, so that by believing in this truth, we can share eternal happiness with Him forever in Heaven?When people were leaving Jesus because they found His teaching on eating His Body & Blood too much for them, He asked Peter if he too would leave, and Peter replied: Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life. I can relate to Peter when I consider the Bible it alone contains the words of eternal life, and that anchors my life with peace and hope.Thanks Sean, for the opportunity to share.Tom O'Brien
Kevin : February 01, 2011 11:16 pm
I have to wonder why all these young people feel called, I think it would be rather insightful to be able to see more in depth why they all feel called.
A. Burstyn : December 27, 2010 09:42 pm
It's interesting that people in this video reference the calling as being a voice or being audible. This makes me think of the "small still voice" of the Siniatic revelation. Perhaps "the calling" is that small divine voice that finds each of us and inspires us to do what we are intended to do.
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