Daddy is working miracles in me! He got me from bedridden into the electric wheelchair, led me to natural vitamins and supplements to which I react amazingly good!!!! I can sit in my wheelchair for about 12 hours now at once!!!
I still need the wheelchair but I don't care about that. I can stand a bit if I hold on to Charles and I can walk a little bit if he holds me and some days I can walk alone (too dangerous though). I still am not there, I want to exercise a little bit to
A comment I’ve heard by a teacher, one who truly was concerned with their students learning was this, “what lesson did you receive from what you learned?” As the student and also much younger I never “got it” back then what the teacher was implying. It wasn’t about what was taught, it wasn’t all about what I was actually learning, it was all about the lesson FROM the learning.
When I finally got it, I realized that the “lesson” from the learning was what I’d take with me, what
In my opinion, while talking with an atheist, unless they are objectively set on learning whether or not their “belief” is correct, then it will end up being a matter of wills.
A Christian may believe that an atheist has come to their decision, that there is no God, due to error on part of the atheist’s understanding about God. While this may be true, an atheist sure may feel that there is no need to be in error because there is no God to be in error about.
So this is
Why did Jesus teach in parables? He apparently went to great lengths to hide his message of salvation to those whom he came to save.
To every believer knowledgeable in the Word of God, kindly explain the reason(s) with bible passages to support your view.
James 5:19 Brethren, if anyone among you wanders from the truth, and someone turns him back, 20 let him know that he who turns a sinner from the error of his way will save a soul from death and cover a multitude of sins.
Ya ever wonder what a Christian may think when they read this scripture and “they” are who is in error?
If you are such a Christian, it is not a matter of waiting for the Holy Spirit to step in and convict you of the error, it is a matter of “you”