Amos 4:12, “Prepare to meet your God”
John 14:2, “In My Father’s house are many mansions”
I have seen them curled up on park benches around Chicago and Washington DC, have observed them asleep in doorways and even slumped against the walls of a New York subway. They huddle in the alleys of Los Angeles and other major cities in our country. They are the homeless, restless, furtive and often sick. I don’t know about you but to me, homelessness illustrates
Let's look again at the "tares and wheat" parable and its interpretation:
24a Jesus presented another parable to them, saying, “The kingdom of heaven may be compared . . .
Stop right there.
Is not Jesus speaking about what the kingdom of heaven can be compared to?
Indeed, he is describing the kingdom of heaven in the parable itself.
And so, the Kingdom of heaven is a DOMAIN over which the
Through my attempts at muscle building, I have come to realize that my stamina, energy, and flexibility aren't near what they need to be. I already realized that my balance was and is horrible.
My stamina and energy have improved considerably since I started my muscle building efforts.
I'm taking Pilates classes when they are available. My poor balance is a major impediment in these classes. If there were Ninjutsu/Ninjitsu classes around here, maybe I could take one
Updated May 28th 2012 at 04:16 AM by gringo300
John 14:6, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me”
I wanted to share with you today a hymn entitled “Face to Face” written by Carrie E. Breck in 1898 and composed by Grant Colfax Tullar. Carrie was born on January 22, 1855, in Walden, Vermont. Her family moved from Vermont to Vine¬land, New Jersey, and spent most of her life in southern New Jersey. She married Frank Breck, and then moved to Oregon between 1910
Within as little as 7 years after he writes A Spiritual Man (1928), Watchman Nee (1903-1972) has backed off his view of the role of obedience and will power in the spiritual life of the believer.
At least by the mid-1930's, Nee 'spiritualizes' our role in the sanctification process to the point where all we are to do is surrender, believe on His promises, pray, praise Him, read the Word, consecrate (or place into His hands) our bodies, and walk by the Spirit -- which
Updated May 23rd 2012 at 07:13 PM by Eyelog