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Tag Archives: trust
Put On… (Colossians 3:12-15)
It is said that a tradition sprang up, in the early years of church history, concerning the garments worn following baptism. The historian Philip Schaff wrote, “During the week following, the neophytes wore white garments as a symbol of purity” … Continue reading
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It is Impossible!
We do not like the word ‘impossible.’ We like to think that all things are possible. Here is what some have said. Tommy Lasorda is quoted as saying, “The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in man’s determination” … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Hebrews, salvation, Word Study Tagged anchor of hope, animal sacrifices, blood flowed both ways, blood of animal sacrifices counld not take away sin, camel eye of needle, courage, devin dean, endurace, faith, hall of fame of faith, Hebrews 10:4, Hebrews 11:6, Hebrews 6:18, Hebrews 6:4-6, heros of faith, hope, impossible, impossible for God to lie, impossible that bulls and goats take away sin, impossible to please without faith, impossible to renew, international gospel teacher, jeff archey, living by faith, Matthew 19:26, mental assent, michael phelps, miley cyrus, misused passages, obedience, Philippians 4:13, priscilla j. owens, pursue peace and holiness, robert milligan, roger clemens, royce frederick, salvation of rich, selena, song we have an anchor, tom wacaster, tommy lasorda, trust, venus williams, wayne jackson, with God all things possible, without faith impossible to please Leave a comment
Peace Series: Peace Surpassing Understanding
“Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God which surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts, and minds through Christ Jesus” (Philippians … Continue reading
Posted in History, Mental Health, Peace, Prayer, Textual study, Word Study Tagged anxiety, faith, horatio spafford, inner peace, inward peace, max wheeler, merimnao, merizo, peace, peace passing understandind, peace series, peace surpassing understanding, Philippians 4:6-7, pray, song it is well with my soul, the great chicago fire, trust, ville du harve, worry Leave a 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 Just Shall Live by Faith”
“Living by faith, in Jesus above, Trusting, confiding in His great love; From all harm safe in His sheltering arms, I’m living by faith and feel no alarm.” (Song: Living By Faith, James Wells). The Bible says, “the just (righteous ASV/NASB) … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Phrase Study, pride, Textual study Tagged acceptance, dependence, Endurance, faith, Galatians 3, Habakkuk 2, Hebrews 10, humble, humility, patience, Romans 1, song living by faith by james wells, trust Leave a comment