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  1. Death . . . and the "postmillennial" Return of Christ

    Now, if Christ's Second Coming is "postmillennial" and so on, then that would mean that DEATH is everywhere on earth before He returns. In other words, that's what the "millennium" is about--DEATH.

    Indeed, DEATH is the "last" enemy that Christ is currently ruling over as King right NOW during our current age:

    I Cor. 15
    23But each in his own order: Christ the first fruits, after that those who are Christís at His coming,
  2. 1-25-12

    I've been living with my grandmother for almost a year now. I am now more psychologically and emotionally exhausted than I have ever been before in my life. If my grandmother lives much longer, I am going to HAVE to move out of her house. I have my own sanity to be concerned with. I am going to try to keep on with this for as much longer as I can, but I guarantee everybody that that won't be much longer.
  3. James...part 34

    In 'It Is All a Matter of Attitude'

    When I was in college my professor, whom you never challenged for accuracy, told us this report of fish as a scientific fact. (Yes, I know, 'facts are facts' but he did describe the experiment; so some one actually spent time and money messing around with fish.) It seems that someone wanted to study reactions to various situations and relate it to behavioral growth in children. ('Fish and children' sounds like someone is 'angling' for ...
  4. Musings_number_one

    "God's Ultimate Concern"

    In looking at creation, I have always seen the hand of God working to make something that He can love and receive love from at the same time. The whole history laid out in the bible, if we take it as a true revelation, seems to point to that one idea. If Jesus is the summation of what was started in Genesis one, than John 3:16 is more than just a banner at a sporting event, and shows us more than the eyes of Tim Tebow. (He has the verse reference painted ...
  5. very frustrated

    Lately, I haven't been doing a very good job of keeping the wrong things out of my mind.

    I'm not denying for one instant that a large part of this is due to my own sin nature. But, having said that, a lot of the people around me aren't exactly helping the situation, either, to put it very, very mildly.

    I can't help but be hesitant to accuse someone of not accepting any responsibility.

    I understand more and more that when a person is frustrated, often ...
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