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  1. Sometimes.

    Sometimes. Pocket Sermons.
    Spiritual journey through each day.

    Sometimes we don't even know the time of day.

    So how could we know how we'll feel tomorrow...Say.

    When I've only been given enough strength for to-day.

    I will cope with tomorrow when it comes......
    And pray for strength for today.

    Finished reading Matthew 25 now looking for today.


    Updated Jan 10th 2013 at 06:21 PM by Amencorner

  2. 1-4-13

    I'm currently trying to learn everything I possibly can about Calvinism and Arminianism.

    I've read that there is what's known as Five Point Calvinism and Five Point Arminianism.

    I've read that many Five Point Calvinists say one has to believe in all five points of the TULIP doctrine to be a "true Calvinist" and that many Five Point Arminians say that one has to believe in all five points of the Five Points Of Remonstrance to be a "true Arminian". ...
  3. Heard.

    Heard. Pocket Sermons.

    Hears a word that's not often heard.

    One who swears not according to the word.

    Still there's a remnant of Christs life left within.

    Enough is enough......And slid back into sin.

    Reading Matthew 7.


    Updated Jan 7th 2013 at 08:34 PM by Amencorner

  4. 68: Jonah's Obedience

    Jonah 3:4 And Jonah began to enter the city on the first day’s walk. Then he cried out and said, “Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be overthrown!”

    Ya know... when we "say" or "do" exactly what God tells us to say or do... despite all our stubbornness, even our lack of understanding or hesitation, but through our obedience to God, the lives of others WILL BE IMPACTED in a way that will make them do a 180 degree about face, TOWARD God.

    Jonah spoke only a single ...
  5. - Deal Me In –

    2 Corinthians 5:21, “He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us”

    Every year thousands of gamblers meet in Las Vegas for a shot at winning the most celebrated poker tournament in the world. The four-day tournament is grueling and pits professional gamblers and high rollers against housewives, attorneys, and truck drivers in a game called “Texas Hold ‘em.” The buy-in for each contestant is $10,000. The tournament attracts live TV coverage and, as the field ...