About Neel IngmanNeel Ingman is a writer and blogger who vividly remembers the fear of being a young boy who was taught to believe that God could read everybody’s mind. Also he remembers the terror of having swearwords arrive unbidden into his consciousness whilst sitting in church. Along with merely thinking of the forbidden words came the urge to shout them out. A temptation he struggled successfully to resist. At least in church. It was a temptation similar to the feeling some people get atop a tall building or cliff. Neel has also managed to resist this temptation. So far.
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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
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
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
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
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
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