Tag Archives: sensory heart

Kiln blog: Nagging Memories

Teaser… There‚Äôs something troubling me. On the one hand, your sense of moral conviction does not reside in your physical heart. The lamp of spiritual truth would burn just as brightly if you depended on an artificial heart to pump … Continue reading

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AI Is the Wrong Path

People talk about AI and the prospect of electronic sentience, but they have no idea. It was a tech support house call. When I walked into the lady’s computer room, her machine told me everything was alright. That is, it … Continue reading

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War on the Horizon

This is just an intuition, a perception based on heart-sensing the mood of the people: We are going to war. I realize there’s been lots of media noise about likely targets of American military force, but it’s just noise. It … Continue reading

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Virtual Fire

(This is intentionally cross-posted on both blogs, and the reason should be obvious; original post.) In the human soul, nothing can match the sheer joy and sense of relief that comes from having someone you can trust. Without that, we … Continue reading

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Wordless Truth

(This is the instructional portion of today’s message. The prophetic portion is on the other blog.) Of course, I used the word “instructional” advisedly because it can’t be taught, only caught. Nobody can tell you much about how the heart … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: Gospel Perception

(Reposted here in full because of brevity and importance of the message; the original post.) We don’t preach orthodoxy and action; our gospel is essentially awareness. The heart is far stronger and wiser than the mind. Lots of people already … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: Toward Eden

If you go outside today and speak to the grass, flowers, trees and birds, you’ll discover that they aren’t too worried about Brexit. The rocks and dirt may seem untroubled by the 500 trillion dollars of notional derivative debts held … Continue reading

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