by Gary | UNSEALED In the past century or so, three major events served as catalysts for a sea change in world affairs, as well as governance in the Middle East: First, World War I and the transition from vast colonial empires to the modern nation-state. This included the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire and … Continue reading World Leaders Prepare To Lay The Foundation For The New World Order
by Thomas Bass | Les Feldick Ok, it’s so good to have you all back again today and as we do every week, we’re just going to pick right up where we left off last week, so if you’ll turn with me again to Genesis, chapter 7. And just for a little quick review you remember … Continue reading Noah, “Security of the Believer” (1)
Genesis 1:1-5 Now as we begin this lesson, I’m going to have you come right back to where we left off in the last lesson and that would be Genesis 1:1. I want to spend some time on the word G-O-D in that verse. You know so many people have all kinds of ideas about … Continue reading Attributes of God (3)
by Thomas Bass Now we’re going to start with Genesis chapter 1:1 in this lesson, and we would invite you to take your Bible and follow along with us as we study God’s Word. As you study with us you might also take notes as the people here in the studio do, because it’s the … Continue reading Attributes of God
by Richard Baxter Lord, it belongs not to my care,Whether I die or live;To love and serve Thee is my share,And this thy grace must give. If death shall braize this springing seed,Before it come to fruit;The will with Thee goes for the deed,Thy life was in the root. Thou lead'st me through no darker … Continue reading Lord, it Belongs Not to my Care
I am the door of the sheep (Joh 10:7) The Man Born Blind and the Good ShepherdChapter nine of John's Gospel tells about the man born blind. Then in the following one is the lesson of the Good Shepherd. And I dare say it seems at first as if there were no link between the … Continue reading The Good Shepherd
Wanneer jy tot stilstand kom en daaroor nadink, is dit 'n wonder dat ons nie almal op 'n hoop in die hoek van die kamer lê nie, gegewe die dinge wat in die wêreld om ons gebeur. Voeg daarby die uitdagings wat ons in ons persoonlike wêreld in die gesig staar en jy het 'n … Continue reading Laat Gaan en Haal Asem
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The word dehydrator sounds a bit ominous at first but it is indeed a very useful piece of equipment for the making of biltong, a dried meat enjoyed by South Africans and also other countries. Recently I modified a chest type container for use as a dehydrator and have successfully made a batch of dried meat a.k.a. biltong. My intent here is to encourage others to attempt this rewarding (and tasty) exercise. This is by no means an in depth tutorial but merely holds forth the process which lies within the grasp and capability of most people.
The making of biltong involves:
- a dehydrator
- suitable cut of meat
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Was the serpent the devil himself, or just a medium of the devil? If it was just a medium then why did God curse it? Wasn't it innocent? The serpent in the Garden of Eden was a real serpent. The Bible records: Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which … Continue reading WHY did God curse the innocent serpent? Wasn’t it only a medium the devil used?
“For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love. For the whole law can be summed up in this one command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”
God’s love is unconditional, He pours in so we can pour out.
~ Lisa Blair
We are to love one another unconditionally, as our Father loves us in our sinful state, without conditions, caveats, or exclusion. We are to have Jesus’s mindset.
Love breaks down walls and gives the giver peace despite the circumstances. We don’t have to like everyone or keep them in our circle if toxic in anyway, but as a child of God we are required to love them as He loves us.
God pours His love into us so we can pour it out into a dark world, casting light and changing the atmosphere. When we reflect chaos and hate, we are contributing to the darkness. When we, like Paul, love everyone as God loves us, our love attracts others who are seeking God and want a relationship with Him. We are the model of Christ…
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