YOU MAY NOT BE LOVE BY OTHERS. BUT YOU ARE SURELY LOVE BY GOD
If a picture paints a thousand words, then this one is a whole tome in itself~~
W. Eugene Smith WORLD WAR II. // The Pacific Campaign. June 1944
What’s OUR history? Great convicting and encouraging thoughts here from Dawn at Inspiration With an Attitude. Comments close here; blessings and enjoy.
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Yes, it is that time again! Time for another great collection of Bible verses from Heather at Room to Breathe. Comments closed here; blessings and enjoy!
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My brethren, be not many masters, knowing that we shall receive the greater condemnation.For in many things we offend all. If any man offend not in word, the same is a perfect man, and able also to bridle the whole body.
Why does James lead off a passage detailing the misuse of the tongue, and our speech, with an opening sentence about masters, or teachers? That is a good question, so let’s explore it briefly. There are several possible applications of this teaching.
Teachers shall receive the greater condemnation. Teachers should be persons of great Christian maturity, and the ability to speak proper things in a proper way is a sign of that maturity. Anyone who places themselves in that position will be held to a high standard of judgment for the things they say while in that position. Here is a good…
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Here is a quote from this great post by Insanitybytes. Some words to think of for tomorrow as we observe Resurrection Day. Comments closed here; blessings and enjoy.
Today. No reason to wait until you die, that invitation is for today. We are invited into life and life abundant, to be seated in victory right beside Him.
Happy Good Friday. What an incredible, amazing, paradox today is. I’ve long said faith is all about embracing the paradoxes, about two things being true at the same time. Jesus is crucified today and while remembering can sometimes be a somber affair, we also call it, “Good” Friday. It is the good news because our eyes can see two things at the same time, Jesus dying on the cross, but also salvation, humankind redeemed, us being invited back into right relationship with God, and eternal life. Life and life abundant.
We look at…
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