At the End of Apostle Paul's Life, He Referred to His Christian Life In the Past, Present, and Future: As a Fight, As a Race and Forthcoming Reward. We As Christians Constantly Have To Pray, Watch, and Be Equipped With the Whole Armor of God. Our Mind Is a Battlefield and Satan Seeks to Destroy … Continue reading Fight the Good Fight
Bible Reading: 2 Corinthians 3:7-18; 2 Peter 2:6-7 As a result of the devotional three days ago, about the importance of making righteous decisions, I have received an email containing a question that needs be answered, and to air it publicly would be helpful. The question was, “How do you make righteous choices? Or any … Continue reading How do you make Godly decisions?
Bible Reading: 2 Corinthians 5:5-8; Mark 11:20-26 There is often a time gap between claiming a promise of God by faith and its fulfilment! In our Bible verses today Paul uses the word confidence twice. The Greek word is tharrheo and is only found seven times in the New Testament, two of them in these … Continue reading Mind the Gap. .
In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them. – 2 Corinthians 4:4
It is evident that people without Faith can read the bible and the result is that they will not really understand it.
Oh, don’t get me wrong, they can have very erudite knowledge of the bible itself, they might even quote bible verses from memory. But they do not really understand it. They do not understand its heart and its secret.
St. Thomas Aquinas, possibly the greatest theologian that ever lived, distinguished between the cardinal virtues (prudence, justice, fortitude and temperance) and the theological virtues (Faith, Hope, and Charity). The difference is the first can be cultivated by man alone through his own efforts, and the latter are gifts…
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This letter is for you. You that is deeply hurt, you that have been loved less by those you expected to love you the most. You that have been let down by your family. You that was gracefully broken at a time you had no control over your emotions. You that have been a victim of real love but in bad timing. You that have received more rejections than acceptances. You that have received more rejections because of your address than your age and weight combined, this letter is for you.
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by Ava Pennington These days, the information superhighway resembles a virtual Wild West more than it does a highway. Problem is, the local sheriff is usually several steps behind the bad guys. Often the targets—our kids—don’t think they need protecting. A 2012 study by McAfee indicated that almost 70% of teens hide their online activity. … Continue reading Online Trends Parents Need to Warn Their Kids About