Well, as you may, or, may not know I have had a hard time with the concept of forgiveness thing, and, I decided to call a couple friends up, and, ask them for their forgiveness. And, what do you think happened? I will tell you:
I called up my ex friends, JJ, and, Michael, and, here's what happened with JJ:
I call him up, and, say hey, how's it going? And, he says Danaaaaaa since we haven't talked in the longest time, and, then I say I have to tell you something that you
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Now seriously, I have a good picture of me (for once) and am pretty pleased with it. I actually am smiling (which is quite a feat, I assure you) and I look really nice. I am considering putting it up, but am still a little scared about showing my photo on the Internet. Anyway, this is the shortest blog I will ever write!
8: Finally, brethern whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and, if there be any praise, think on these things.
What this is saying is that when you are feeling mad, sad, upset, etc, think about the good news of the wonderful LORD, and, remember to always PRAISE HIS Holy name each, and, every day.
As I was driving to work a few days ago, I thought about the Scripture I had read that morning. 1 John 3 had told me that those who practise righteousness are of God while those who practise sin are not of God. That startling statement produced a chain-reaction of thoughts about works, renewing the mind, the world, grace, and our information-saturated culture.
If you look at the world we live in today, you find that information is presented to us from every side. The internet, TV,
Updated Dec 13th 2007 at 08:54 AM by Pilgrimtozion
Faith: Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1
What exactly does that mean?
Well, it simply means to believe.
People in the churches say it all of the time. You hear it when you are talking to someone in the church about a job application, or something good that a person wants to have happen to them. We are told to "have faith" when the chips are down, because some wind will come sweeping in