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  1. Letter to Satan


    I almost felt the grin on your face when I gave in to temptation after my Mother's death. For three weeks you must have been popping champagne bottles in your mind as I was smoking myself back to sinhood. I admire your timing for this effort, but you are so forgetful. Always thinking during the immediate present while forgetting of my life long love for God. As you know I made the decision to quit because deep in my heart, I had an inspirational realization. For years I have ...
  2. Christian Ethics - A falling trend

    How should we behave as Christians?

    My Bible study tonight was in Romans. This passage of Scripture really spoke to me today. It seems more and more that Christians are forgetting how to live their lives worthy of the gospel of Christ. There are days on the forums where I look at responses and shake my head with sadness at the attitudes sometimes presented. It is as though some have forgotten how we are supposed to live, speak, and treat others. So what do we do? The answer can be found ...
    What I'm learning
  3. I'm just the messenger

    “I’m just the messenger”

    John the Baptist
    John 1:19-34

    • When the priest and the Levites ask John who he was, what was he saying? I’m just the messenger making a straight way for the Lord.
    • John knew that he was not greater than the one that was coming after him. (v. 27) Jesus. John knew that he was just a messenger and when Jesus’ ministry began to grow and more folks began to realize who He
    Bible Studies
  4. Forgive us our debt

    Forgive us our debt

    Romans 3:21-31
    Sunday School

    • Have you ever had a large debt? (Maybe several hundred or even thousands of dollars)? You had to pay it right? Nobody came in and paid it for you.

    • Now what if you received a notice in the mail from the creditor that that bill/debt had been paid completely. What would you say or do?

    • We’ve learned from earlier
    Sunday School
  5. Swan Songs

    Swan Songs
    There is a touching, ancient fable
    Of mute swans who are unable
    To make a sound throughout their lives;
    Then, at last, as death arrives -
    A melody; a haunting cry;
    A farewell song; a final sigh.

    What a glorious way to die;
    to enter the sweet by and by -
    Instead of struggling, holding on
    They fill their last moments with song;

    Updated Jan 17th 2009 at 03:51 PM by paidforinfull (Add Graphics)