I'm noticing a pattern more and more:
The more progress I make, the further out of my way I have to go to make further progress. The result of this is, it is progressively getting harder and harder for me to make progress.
I'm attempting to learn more about Louisiana. Reading about a place just doesn't do what actually BEING there will do.
Unfortunately, there is no way I can take a trip to Louisiana right now.
With many leaders in the Body of Christ making statements in the news that is counter to the Word of God... and people are sitting back waiting for these leaders to "retract" what they say.
Well, here is my thought about that as I just commented online in a discussion:
"Retraction? Here is my thought on that... James chapter 1, verses 5-7 does come with a standard issue surf board for those out there on the waves."
Some further thoughts as I post this now:
Isaiah 42:16, “And I will bring the blind by a way that they knew not; I will lead them in paths that they have not known: I will make darkness light before them, and crooked things straight. These things will I do unto them, and not forsake them”
I would like to share with you another great hymn that isn’t sung very often in our churches today and one that I truly enjoy singing. The hymn was written by Fanny J. Crosby, probably the most prolific hymnist in
I think I have a pretty good basic understanding of what Calvinism teaches, especially the TULIP doctrine.
I'm attempting to understand Arminianism's Five Articles Of Remonstrance and I'm not quite sure what they're saying.
I can't come to the conclusion that a religious belief system is un-Biblical without first understanding what it does and doesn't teach and I don't fully understand what Arminianism does and doesn't teach. Maybe I should leave out the word "fully"
This touches on many different issues.
I've been attending a Church Of The Nazarene for at least a decade now.
I've seen a good side and a bad side to it.
I conclude more and more that going too far one way can be just as bad as going too far the other.
In the Church Of The Nazarene, it is strongly stressed that after getting saved, a person shouldn't just go right back to whatever it was that they were doing wrong before. In and of itself,
Updated Jul 18th 2013 at 03:04 AM by gringo300