Foxnews reported on November 26, 2014 that Real Madrid, one of the biggest Soccer cluds in the world has removed the Cross on their logo at the behest of their new business partners, UAE Bank.
To some, this may appear insignificant or a mere business decision but it raises the question - if it matters to the religion of the owners of the UAE Bank, what does it say about our beliefs and religion here in the west? How serious are we with our own religion? Is our religion and Christian
Updated Dec 3rd 2014 at 12:19 AM by Trivalee
This is my DecisionRuth 1I want you to say“this is my decision”
There was a crisis going on then and there is a crisis goingon now, and you have to make a decision, Naomi had followed her husband to Moabbecause of the famine in Bethlehem, on the other side of the Dead Sea in Moab,the people were prospering, the land was good for grazing flocks of sheep andgoats, (the grass looked greener on the other side)
Their sons were sickly Mahlon’s name meant weakling andKillion name
Strong In You, Lord
I am not always able to
Do what I'm supposed to do,
But through Your Blood that set me free
And with Your Spirit guiding me
I won't give up but carry on
Until my time on Earth is done.
Be with me and guide my steps;
Help me to daily do my best.
Left to myself I'll surely fail
For I am very weak and frail;
In You alone can I be strong
And not do those things which are wrong.
Revelation 21:3, “Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people”
As I faced my Maker at the last judgment, I knelt before the Lord along with the other souls. Before each of us laid our lives, like the squares of a quilt. An angel sat before each of us sewing our quilt squares together into a tapestry that was our life. But as my angel took each piece of cloth off the pile, I noticed how ragged and empty
Originally Posted by watchinginawe
One of the clear takeaways I receive when reading the New Testament is that Christians, especially immature ones, can be led away into error severe enough that it can result in them no longer benefiting from Christ's sacrifice.
Holding this view finds me and others in contradiction to the doctrines of Perseverance of the Saints and OSAS (doctrines which hold that once a person is saved, they are always saved to the end, that they are eternally secure in Christ, or that they