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Daily Devotions - Classified By Righteousness (July 2, 2021) Proverbs 12:5 The thoughts of the righteous are right: but the counsels of the wicked are deceit. 6 The words of the wicked are to lie in wait for blood: but the ...
2021 05 12 Bro Richard Bicknell WED King James Number Codes King James Bible Number Codes “For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God ...
Daily Devotions - Controlling Your Speech Proverbs 10:19 In the multitude of words there wanteth not sin: but he that refraineth his lips is wise.
Chosen As His Children (Born Again) Based on 1 Peter 1&2 Words And Music by Paul Keew Arr. By Brian Buda.
Divinity on Display (Thursday PM, 3/25/21) John 18:1-11 When Jesus had spoken these words, he went forth with his disciples over the brook Cedron, where was a garden, into the which he entered, and ...
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While we can't see many things, there is evidence for their existence by the observable effect that they have on other things. The same is true of black holes.
Reading Psalm 37 just a little while ago, I again came across this precious Verse: “Commit thy way unto the LORD; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass.”(Psalm 37:5) “Commit” is a Hebrew verb (“galal”) meaning “to roll something” onto a person. Or “to roll it off!” “Way” (“derek”) means one’s […]
Texas mom Mariaha Jones could hardly believe the doctor’s words when they said her son Slade was well enough to leave the hospital. KXII News 12 reports the Denison, Texas mother gave birth to her son 11 weeks prematurely after she suffered a life-threatening pregnancy condition. Slade struggled between life and death for weeks, and Jones […]The post Premature Baby Born 11 Weeks Early Heads Home From Hospital: Walking Out the Doors “Was a Miracle” appeared first on LifeNews.com.
We hold religiously to the written Word because it is our guide—to test what is being said: “The spirits of the prophets are subject to the prophets” (1 Corinthians 14:32). The speaker should be careful since his words must be under, or subject to, God's Word. If those who look to the Word are accused of quenching and grieving the Spirit, we are reminded that Jesus used the Word of God for finality, discernment, and power. We must do the same.
The book of Samuel shows us how to reconcile our differences through redemptive storytelling.I am a missionary in Croatia, a beautiful country with a very complex past. Twenty-four years ago, when I first came here on a Cru summer missions trip, I found Croats were eager to spend hours in cafés sharing their stories. My new friends spent a lot of time talking about history—10th-century kings, fascists, communists, and their experiences in the War of Independence, which had ended two years before I arrived. The past constantly intruded into conversation.Coming from the future-oriented culture of Silicon Valley, I was fascinated by their interest in history. But it felt quaint. At the time, I couldn’t imagine how the weight of the past would soon press down on America as well.We are living in a time of high social conflict. Our arguments are fueled by competing stories. Are we the city on the hill or the most evil nation in history? Was the election stolen, or is that story a fantastic lie? Are the COVID-19 vaccines a huge success or part of a dark conspiracy? Churches are being torn apart as well by competing stories over critical race theory, sexual abuse scandals, and more.This kind of conflict among believers is all over Scripture. The Bible unflinchingly wades into seemingly irreconcilable stories. Through terse, artful narratives, biblical authors often pushed their original audiences toward healing. For the Israelites, words like Jebusite or Samaritan were not unfamiliar and hard to pronounce. For them, these labels were as controversial as confederate, socialist, or Black Lives Matter are to us.The Old Testament historical books are likely the first use of narrative (instead of epic verse) to tell national history. They employ a courageous, forthright style to retell painful stories in such ...Continue reading...
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