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Tag Archives: Lazarus
“Real men don’t cry,” we are told. However, this saying is not in agreement with the Bible. In the Bible, godly men and women wept. Let’s consider some things which caused them to weep. 1. Abraham wept over Sarah’s death. … Continue reading
Posted in Death, emotions, Mental Health Tagged 1 corinthians 2:3, 1 corinthians 5:1-2, 1 corinthians 7:8-9, 1 thessalonians 4:13, 2 corinthians 2:4, abraham, acts 20:19, emotions, genesis 23, hebrews 5:7, jacob, jeremiah, jeremiah 13:15-17, jeremiah 9:1, Jesus, Jesus wept, john 11:33-35, joseph, lamentations 2:11, Lazarus, luke 19:41, luke 7:38, paul, paul wept, philippians 3:18-19, raising lazarus, real men dont cry, sarah, stephen, tears, the weeping prophet, weeping Leave a comment
“What will it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?” ~ Mark 8:36-37 “Take heed and beware of covetousness, for one’s life … Continue reading
Posted in Death, Money, Parables, Textual study, Wealth Tagged Death, fool, Lazarus, Luke 12, Luke 16, Parables, poverty, riches, the rich fool, the rich man, the rich man and lazarus, wealth 1 Comment
Ethics: Race and Prejudice (Part 2)
In an ideal world, justice would be blind. People should be judged by the content of their character, and not the color of their skin, or the fatness of their wallet. Joseph Addison said, “Justice discards party, friendship, kindred, and … Continue reading
Posted in Ethics, Money, Race, Textual study, Wealth Tagged ecomonics, envy, ethics, James 2, job, joseph addison, justice, Lazarus, prejudism, Race, rich man, rich poor, riches, thomas sowell, trust, wealth, zero sum activity Leave a comment
The Seven “I Am’s”: The Resurrection and the Life
Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life” (John 11:25). One of the most fundamental desires of man is to continue to live. Some have sought to do so through diet. They have taken vitamins, minerals, herbs, and elixirs … Continue reading
Posted in Jesus, Seven I Ams, Textual study Tagged Jesus wept, John 11, Lazarus, life, resurrection, seven I ams, shortest verse, ted williams, wept Leave a comment
The Seven Signs: Raising the Dead (John 11)
“The miracles of our Lord are so full of incidental lessons that a study of those incidental lessons is much like going to a river and trying to drink it dry.” (W. Gaddys Roy, Sermon outlines on the miracles of … Continue reading
Posted in Jesus, Miracles, Seven signs, Signs, Textual study Tagged Jesus wept, John 11, Lazarus, miracles, raising the dead, resurrection, shortest verse, signs, wept Leave a comment