This topic represents another classic case of the need to have a "Hebrew mind" in the understanding of Bible truths.
For those who understand "prosperity teaching" only with an "Americanized mind", you might want to consider a renewing of your mind to the truth of the Hebrew scriptures (the Tanakh).
The English translation of two applicable passages of the Tanakh (of many) are offered below. The first passage is Chapter One of the Book of
Tame the Tongue
The tongue has a double-sided edge
For it can speak healing; true love it can pledge
As well as wound and slice right through our hearts,
Piercing our souls with its needle sharp darts.
The mouth speaks forth that which is in the mind;
thoughts which are either good, nasty or kind -
From the same mouth proceed blessings and blame;
Updated Feb 16th 2009 at 08:56 PM by paidforinfull
The rooms you live in are the lives you will lead. The four walls you enter into, are the rooms of your life.
There was time when man lived without walls, nothing hid his ways. When walls were discovered, even God said was man really ready for walls?
All rooms have their own rules, some good, some bad. All rooms hold many secrets. The rooms we are placed in determines who we are.
Are we predetermined by which room we enter, but what happens while in that
I don't have a name for this exhortation that I gave at church in December 08:
Acts 5:1-3>1 But a man named Ananias, with Sapphira his wife, sold a piece of property. 2 However, he kept back part of the proceeds with his wife's knowledge, and brought a portion of it and laid it at the apostles' feet. 3 Then Peter said, "Ananias, why has Satan filled your heart to lie to the Holy Spirit and keep back part of the proceeds from the field?
Many people ask God why they donít
What is faith?
Faith seems to be "loyalty, fidelity, and steadfastness" to YHWH, and one must maintain "loyalty, fidelity, and steadfastness" long enough so as to be rewarded for this "loyalty, fidelity, and steadfastness" at some point. We all, of course, make it our aim to maintain "faith" unto the end--in the hope of receiving the rewards that YHWH will be giving out.
Actually, any answer to this question must surely include YHWH's