How often we choose lame theology to accommodate human conditions.
It is embedded in all diverse religions.
We use fiscal theology to accommodate disappointment.
Spending money can help any spiritual ailment.
We sometimes reconcile that God is giving us a test or exam.
We also assume the role of a sacrificial ram.
God does not require this emotional or pious display.
Our way and thinking is not God’s way.
We play with what I call fiscal theology.
We do not think of God’s love and generosity.
God’s two great commandments are to love God and man.
When we are feeling down we take a different stand.
Fiscal theology is not trusting God at his word.
We are pushing away what God has offered.
Fiscal theology understands God in changeable human minds.
By knowing God and his true purpose we will be fine.
© Andrew Pell 07/05/11