All These Things
(a children's poem)
Jesus cares for you and me
For all the fishes in the sea
For crawling snakes and birds that fly
Upon the earth and in the sky.
Little bugs that buzz and hop
Horses galloping clip clop
Ponies prancing; dolphins dancing
Love birds kissing and romancing.
Sharp-eyed eagles that can
Updated Feb 5th 2010 at 09:15 PM by paidforinfull
Originally Posted by Bible Follower
Hi I'm new to these forums & have been a Christian only for a couple of years. I was shocked when I read that Jesus want people to throw away their right eye. Could someone please explain if this verse is literal or something else? Thank you
"And if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body should be cast into
It seems to me that the "1000 years" is important for every believer to understand (no matter the "mill" position), because it allows all of us to observe the superiority of YHWH's gamesmanship against Satan.
Remenber, YHWH has a redemption plan that has been completed since the foundation of the world, and must be realized completely in earth time to vindicate YHWH's Name and Word. For this to be done properly, Satan has to be eradicated forever.
An Audience with The King
Dressed in torn and filthy rags I wait outside a door,
Unmoving and in silence I stare down at the floor;
Then it is my turn to have an audience with the King
And I step into the Hall made glorious by Him.
Immediately I'm overcome with holy fear and awe
As I behold such beauty; perfection without flaw;
Reflected in a crystal sea
Updated Jan 9th 2010 at 03:07 PM by paidforinfull
Another year has come to an end;
A new one's awaiting around the bend -
It's time to recall memories painful or dear;
Some now quite faded; some crystal clear.
How did we fare – did we stay at our posts;
Was knowing the Father our only boast;
Did we see hardships as stepping-stones
Or did we face trials with pitiful groans?