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  1. It Is Written, My Heavely Father Says....

    Romans 14:8 Whether I live or die, I am the Lord's.
    Romans 15:14 I am full of goodness and filled with knowledge.
    1 Corinthians 1:2 I am a sanctified saint in Jesus Christ.
    1 Corinthians 1:4 I have been given the grace of God in Christ Jesus.
    1 Corinthians 1:9 I am called into fellowship with Jesus Christ my Lord.

    Thank you Lord Jesus!!!!

    Updated Aug 31st 2008 at 12:58 AM by livingwaters

    Promises from Our Heavenly Father
  2. Signature

    believe in keeping things simple. I figure if I can understand something, anyone can understand it.
    I've been posting on the Bible Forum for over a year. It's been a good experience. I enjoy reading more than posting. I've actually learned some things on here, believe it or not. I believe there are some really good, dedicated Christians who post on here and the last thing I want to do is hinder someone's walk with their Lord so in many cases, when I believe I have something I could ...
  3. It Is Written, My Heavenly Father Says.......

    Romans 8:1 I have now no condemnation.
    Romans 6:18 I am a slave to righteousness.
    Romans 8:28 All things are working together for my good.
    Romans 8:38-39 No power can separate me from the love of God.

    Please know that these are promises of God to us!!!!!

    Updated Aug 31st 2008 at 12:59 AM by livingwaters

    Promises from Our Heavenly Father
  4. It Is Written, My Heavenly Father Says

    John 17:15 I am protected from the evil one.
    John 17:22 I have God's glory.
    Acts 13:38 I have forgiveness of sins through Christ.
    Romans 1:6 I am among the called of Jesus Christ.
    Romans 5:2 I have grace through faith.
    Romans 6:6a I have been crucified with Christ. 6:6b) I am no longer a slave to sin.

    Who are we in Christ? Do we really know?

    Updated Aug 31st 2008 at 12:59 AM by livingwaters

    Promises from Our Heavenly Father
  5. Defining Christian

    [COLOR=DarkRed]... It is very popular today to define a Christian as one who calls him or herself one. While this is a politically correct position to hold it is not scriptural in any way. Our Christ put it clearly that if we love Him, we are to follow His commandments. If we therefore do not our very best (not perfection) to follow Him and to seek forgiveness, from the bottom of our hearts, when we fail, we are not His.
    ... We find in Acts 11:26 that the Church members were first called ...