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I saw this bill board and just didn't know what to say. I've seen many more along the interstate and in other towns. But this one's right by the place I work. So I see it every day and still don't understand. Love yourself first? What kind of advice is that? First of all, it's... Continue Reading →
Great Quotes: The Holiness of God (Part Two)
Many Christians have what we might call a 'cultural holiness.' They adapt to the character and behavior pattern of Christians around them...But God has not called us to be like those around us. He has called us to be like Himself. Holiness is nothing less than conformity to the character of God. -- Jerry Bridges... Continue Reading →
Journey Through the Hymns: Come Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy (Part Four)
Come, ye weary, heavy-laden,Lost and ruined by the fall;If you tarry till you’re better,You will never come at all Scripture is very clear on our state before salvation. And you were dead in your trespasses and sins, in which you formerly walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power... Continue Reading →
Journey Through the Hymns: Come Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy (Part Two)
Come, ye sinners, poor and needy,Weak and wounded, sick and sore; Have you noticed a trend in these great hymns of the faith? Such as that most of them begin with a declaration of man's radical depravity? Look at the way the first verse of this hymn portrays humanity: poor, needy, wounded, weak, sick, sore,... Continue Reading →
Journey Through the Hymns: Come Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy (Part One)
Hey, I’m back! So, let’s try to pick up where we left off, shall we? and begin hymn #5. This hymn is called “Come Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy,” and was written by Joseph Hart, a Calvinistic minister during the eighteenth century. Come Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy Joseph Hart Come, ye sinners, poor and... Continue Reading →
In a previous post, I wrote that there are some things that are so good, they just don't need to be echoed. This story is one of those things. It's from Living Waters's website, written by Emeal Zwayne (E.Z.). She was young, tired, and pregnant—again. Having married when she was only 16, she had to... Continue Reading →
Great Quotes: The Sovereignty of God
Great quotes on the sovereignty of God in His creation.
Weekly Hymn #9: O Worship the King
O Worship the King by Robert Grant O Worship the King All glorious above And gratefully sing His wonderful love Our Shield and Defender The Ancient of Days Pavilioned in splendor And girded with praise O tell of His might O sing of His grace Whose robe is the light Whose canopy space! His chariots... Continue Reading →
Weekly Hymn #6: Come, Ye Sinners Poor and Needy
Come Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy by Joseph Hart Come, ye sinners, poor and needy Weak and wounded, sick and sore Jesus ready stands to save you Full of pity, love and power I will arise and go to Jesus He will embrace me in His arms In the arms of my dear Savior O... Continue Reading →
Weekly Hymn #4: My Lord, I Did Not Choose You
My Lord, I Did Not Choose You Joseph Conder My Lord, I did not choose you For that could never be My heart would still refuse You Had You not chosen me You took the sin that stained me You cleansed me, made me new Of old You have ordained me That I should live... Continue Reading →
JTTH: How Sweet and Aweful is the Place (Part Two)
Photo by Arvid Knutsen on Pexels.com Last time, we only looked at the lyrics to this hymn, but now that we’ve gotten our bearings, we’re going to dive a little deeper and get into the words themselves. Just to warn you, I happen to be one of those people who can’t get on with life... Continue Reading →
Elon Musk is African American?!
Not sure it's possible to make a clearer point, really...so why is it that people don't understand this??
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