• To understand God apart from His revelation in His Word Written is to not understand Him. It is a good and fearful thing that God has revealed Himself.
  • We are image-bearers of God; image-bearers who chose selfishness over a glorious relationship with our loving Creator.
  • Our imagination is a sacred, God-given gift that we must shepherd. Either we imagine rightly about God and thereby cultivate humility, or we imagine falsely about God and foster pride.
  • With our nature bent towards sin, we deflect responsibility and moral accountability. We hide behind the 'fig leaves' of philosophy and modern thought, claiming innocence from our wrong doings.
  • We are image-bearers of God; image-bearers who chose selfishness over a glorious relationship with our Creator. Christ is the perfect image of God, who chose to suffer and die at human hands and who was raised to eternal life to make things right between us and God.
  • At the end of idol worship is self-love. I naturally love a god limited by my imagination. He is comfortable, convenient and compatible with my pride. However, the true and living God confronts my pride and gives grace when I humbly confess Jesus as Lord.

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Jonathan Camiré

Jonathan Camiré grew up in Ottawa. During his post-secondary studies in music at McGill, he unexpectedly met Jesus who saved him and brought a deep change in his life. After his studies in Montreal, Jonathan moved back to Ottawa where he got involved with MoveIn ministry in Lowertown. He also used his musical abilities on the French horn in recording with Christian artists such as Héritage Musique and Joey McNitt.

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