If we consider what Paul has to say in Rom. 1:18-32, he argues that all can come to a Monotheistic understanding by considering what is around them in the created order. If we consider what Paul further has to say in Romans 2, then we can see that all can also come to a moral understanding of behavior, also. This monotheism is echoed in the three major Faiths that emerged from that general area. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all
I look at the life style of many believers today and note with dismay that religion is all too important to them more than genuine relationship with our Saviour, Jesus Christ. Paul wrote in 2 Timothy 2: 20-21 "But in a great house, there are not only vessels of gold and silver, but also of wood and of earth; and some to honour and some to dishonour. 21 If any man therefore purge himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honour, sanctified and meet for the master's use, and prepared unto
They were not hells Angels that sat in the tomb that day sent by God to help Jesus on his way … Back to the Father not to stay Jesus has risen and is on his way … The tomb clothes there they lay as a witness to those who came there that day … Jesus has risen that’s what they did say on that wonderful day.
Up to John 21. Alan
So that we sin not.
The bodily functions are a natural occurrence … You might ask why I am writing about this subject … That’s what I do every day … write … There is a bodily function rarely talked about … Normally in the male there is a build up in our body of semen … It’s there to reproduce the human race in a marriage situation … There is an area we don’t want to go … Otherwise we move into the realms of sin … Like our other bodily functions there has to be a release … The body when sleeping
Does what other people think matter? So often in our lives we get trapped into someone elses issues of what matters to them. Why is it that we can so easily get caught up in what others are doing?
For the most part we live our lives according to a set of standards that we have compiled for ourselves. When other people do things that we find offensive than we immediately throw up a wall in order to protect our values.
We like to think that we do what we do because it is
Updated Oct 11th 2012 at 03:51 AM by tomtgm