The book seems to be mainly about autority, especially about obedience to authority. John Bevere is saying that there is a reward (protection and freedom) in accepting and submitting under authority. I know this to be the truth. It is clear that he intends to show how to do this. I have read the introduction and the first section of the second chapter. Already I have a few things I am wondering about which I suspect might be answered as I go on reading. But I
Psalm 37:7, "Rest in the LORD, and wait patiently for Him"
Patience is a quiet virtue. No medal is stamped to recognize it; no fire chief, mayor, or president makes a speech honoring its practice. Like housecleaning, it is more noticeable “in the breach than in the observance.” Nevertheless, patience is a foundational element in the Christian character, a mark of emotional and spiritual maturity, and a central trait of the life of faith. The young, who
Colossians 3:14, “Put on love, which is the bond of perfection”
1 Peter 4:8, “And above all things have fervent love for one another”
Is your life marked by a fervent and unconditional love? This is a good question to take to heart because the answer is of such great importance. The Apostle Paul points out that if you speak with the tongues of men and angels, have the gift of prophecy, know all mysteries and all knowledge, have all faith so as to move mountains,
Good Monday everyone and blessings to you.
I began to weep yesterday during church services as I looked around at others whose hands were raised in praise to our God. I felt so blessed that I was not alone in this. Not that I wouldn't worship or lift my hands alone if I had to, but I realized just how much God has blessed us in this thing. I often find myself praising God for letting me be in a country where I do not have to fear raising my hands in praise to
I've now met the new baby.
I, uhm, ran a test, and the baby does grab fingers.