If you have a spiritual need.
Just for a few moments come and read … Jesus who died for you will plant a seed … Ask and he will feed your every growing spiritual need … Into your heart he will proceed ask if this be your need … Do not be afraid he’ll save your soul and if you proceed a new spiritual person within will fill your ever-growing spiritual need … Thoughts of greed you’ll no longer need as Jesus in your life will proceed.
Reading Exodus 15
I've come to the conclusion that I need to massively upgrade my knowledge of England.
I'm especially trying to learn more about London.
I'm also trying to learn more about Cornwall, which, from what I can tell, is a lot different than the rest of England.
I've been reading that England includes some islands. I want to learn more about that.
I need to learn more about how England came to control Scotland and Wales.
From what I can tell, there are two Lapsarian Views in Calvinism, each with multiple names.
I've read that there are Calvinists that don't adhere to either Lapsarian View.
I've seen the terms "Five Point Calvinism" and "Five Point Calvinists". These are referring to the TULIP doctrine.
I've read that many Calvinists say that you HAVE to believe in all five points of the TULIP doctrine to be a Calvinist. However, I've read that there
Updated May 2nd 2013 at 11:46 PM by gringo300
"How can you believe in salvation by faith alone when the only occurrence of ‘faith alone’ in the Bible (James 2:24) says that salvation is not by faith alone?"
It is entirely true that the one verse in the Bible that contains the exact phrase “faith alone” seems to argue against salvation by faith alone. James 2:24 reads, “You see that a person is justified by works and not by faith alone” (ESV). However, rejecting the doctrine of salvation by faith alone based on this verse
The word gift is an important one in the Bible, and it is good that we understand its definition and implications.
In the New Testament, there are several Greek words translated “gift.” Some of these words are used in contexts other than God’s gift of salvation, such as the reciprocal gift-giving of celebrants (Revelation 11:10), the things received from fathers (Matthew 7:11), offerings to a ministry (Philippians 4:17), and the gifts of the magi (Matthew 2:11).