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  1. - Your Pursuit in Life –

    Psalm 34:10, “Those who seek the LORD shall not lack any good thing”
    Matthew 5:3, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven”

    Everyone is looking for happiness, and people follow many pathways that seem to be marked “This Way to Happiness”, trying to find it. Some people travel the money path while others follow the way of entertainment. Then, still others head down the route of power and self-gratification. That’s the wrong ...
  2. attempting to expand my knowledge of linguistics

    I'm attempting to learn about the concept of formal languages.

    From what I can tell, they have something to do with computers.

    I'm kind of unclear on their relationship with and to programming languages and markup languages.
  3. 56. His Heart

    A song that was played during last Sunday’s service has been weighing upon me. Our Worship Leader danced in praise to God while this song played out and the Holy Spirit was ministering to me during the praise. Actually, this ministering has been going on since Sunday and while this has continued… I’ve been under attack from the enemy. No surprise, he’ll do all he can to hinder or stop God’s work.

    So yesterday I sent out a prayer request to close friends basically giving them the “code ...

    Updated Jun 7th 2012 at 03:13 PM by Slug1

    By Avalanche and Bullhorn:
  4. - Rescue the Perishing –

    Romans 10:13, “Whoever calls on the name of the LORD shall be saved”

    I would like to share with you a favorite hymn of mine written by Fanny Crosby and put to music by William H. Doane. I must add that Fanny Crosby is one of my most favorite hymn writers. Whenever I share a hymn, I also like to give some information regarding the writer. Fanny was born on March 24, 1820 in South East, New York in a one-story cottage. At age six she caught a slight cold in ...
  5. . . . of the physical bodily resurrection of Christ . . .

    It seems that without the physical bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ, our faith is vain.


    And it seems also that the Christian faith is absolutely dependent upon it.

    And so, let's have Paul tell it:

    1 Cor.15
    12 Now if Christ be preached that he rose from the dead, how say some among you that there is no resurrection of the dead?
    Now, this verse indicates that Christ was preached that He rose ...