Monthly Archives: November 2016

The mystery of the Cross

Kneeling Man: I’ve got my cross here, God. God: I can see that, Neel. KM: It’s a mystery all right. God: The cross? KM: No, the tweet. Does it make any sense to you? God: It can only be understood … Continue reading

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Empty spaces caused by evil

      Kneeling Man: He’s not talking about making love here is he? God: No. KM: Well that’s lucky. Otherwise it’d be like he was asking us to bonk twenty four seven. Ha ha. God: Neel. Remember who you’re … Continue reading

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Save humanity and the world

      Kneeling Man: Saving humanity and the world’s a big one. God: It certainly is. KM: You think sin and evil are as big a threat as climate change? God: They’re difficult to compare. Different categories. KM: Are … Continue reading

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Question from Lindy

Question from Lindy C, Kazakhstan. Kneeling Man: I have a question here from Lindy, from Kazakhstan. God: I’ll just briefly take this opportunity, Neel, to say that I never forsook that place, despite what many people say. KM: Lindy’s not … Continue reading

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Heart full of love

  Kneeling Man: A heart full of love sounds good. God: Nothing finer. KM: How merciful will I have to be to get one? God: I’m not following you. KM: Like if I chose not to kill an ant, that … Continue reading

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Question from Andrew

Question from Andrew G (13) Kneeling Man: I’ve got a question for you, God. It’s from Andrew. He’s thirteen years old. God: Shoot. KM: Well that was an unfortunate word choice. He wants to know what he should do if … Continue reading

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Jesus in the middle

          Kneeling Man: I’m thinking that he might be asking a bit too much here. What do you think? God: He’s asking you to remember to make Jesus an ongoing part of your life. KM: Yeah, … Continue reading

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Authentic and consistent

      Kneeling Man: I think we’ve got the abiding relationship thing happening here, but I’m uncertain about the rest. God: How so, my son? KM: Does this count as truly praying? I’m on my knees, but I do … Continue reading

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A more human face

        Kneeling Man: I haven’t seen much hate and darkness recently. Should I look for some so that I can bring love and hope? God: Well… it’s usually not a good idea to go looking for trouble, … Continue reading

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Experiences of the Cross

      Kneeling Man: I’ve been wondering, God, how come the Pope knows so much about marriage? God: The Pope is a very wise man. KM: Yeah, I know. But he doesn’t have much experience in this area. God: … Continue reading

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Given to us in and through

      Kneeling Man: I think know where the Pontiff’s coming from on this one. I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t have thought about going to church on my own. Certainly not as a toddler or young child. God: Which … Continue reading

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Stronger than any sin

Kneeling Man: Hi God, it’s me Neel. God: Hi, Neel. How can I help you today? KM: Once you’ve forgiven a sin, that’s it isn’t it? It’s not like being on parole where if you commit another sin you can … Continue reading

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The gentleness

Kneeling Man: Can I have the gentleness please? God: Sure. Have as much as you like. KM: Is there no limit? I thought I might have to do something for it. Like say a few Hail Marys or something. God: … Continue reading

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No other meaning and finality

Kneeling Man: So, God, I’ve been struggling with this in a couple of ways. God: Uh huh. KM: Firstly I don’t understand what it means. This is a bit embarrassing because thousands of people have like it and retweeted it … Continue reading

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