Garau named his immaterial sculpture lo sono, which translates to “I am”, explaining: “After all, don’t we shape a God we’ve never seen?”
If you believe in ghosts, I hate to burst your bubble, but they don’t exist. And by ghost, I’m using the traditional definition of a person who has died and is manifesting themselves in some way to the living, their spirit being trapped between this life and the next. No, there are no such things as ghosts. But there is something much worse that is real.
The lame walk, residents are cured of their ailments including dementia, and a spiritual revival breaks out on the island. But strange and dark incidents also occur – animals are found dead, people start disappearing, and the new priest suddenly has to start holding mass at night.
A Letter from Hell! is a very short video that fictionalizes an exchange between a young guy named Josh who resides in hell and his friend Zach who is still alive on earth. Josh’s letter to Zach decries his friend’s neglect where telling him about Jesus is concerned. Josh’s agony and fury at his friend are summed up at the end where he writes, “P.S. Wish you were here.”
Simply put, people lie when they find the truth threatening.
If you’re one of them, or confused about the Holy Spirit in general, then please keep reading and consider the biblical evidence that speaks to who the third person of the Trinity is.
And yet, surprising as it may be to hear, there are a number of places in Scripture where God says to stop praying. Given the verses above, what gives?
It was the same back in Jesus’ day. His enemies didn’t have Twitter or other social media vehicles to instantly demonize a person so they had to do it the old fashioned way.