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Results 1 - 10 of 22
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On or After: Thu 05/14/15 Ordered by Date
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1 Cornelius and Acts 10:30 Answer Acts 10:30 EdB Thu 05/28/15, 8:59am 242241
  Ah I think I ran into a trap. 4 days would have been Sunday.

Okay lets try it this way Sunday Cornelius was praying Acts 10:1-3 Monday he sets his men off to find Peter Verse 8. Verse 9 on the next day as they were approaching the city Peter had his vision which would be Tuesday. It is a one day trip.
Verse 23 they stay over night. Wednesday morning they leave for Cornelius and Thursday they arrived. Cornelius says 4 days ago I was praying.

How is that? The problem is we don't know what day Cornelius sent his men Verse 8 and we don't know if there may have been a time lapse between verse 16 and 17.

I think my corrected above scenario is the probably what happened.
2 Cornelius and Acts 10:30 Answer Acts 10:30 EdB Thu 05/28/15, 8:40am 242240
  Not sure what you are asking but if it was thrusday when Cornelius said one day ago I was fasting then it would have been on Wednesday that Conrnelius was fasting.

If you are looking for chronology of this
Starting with thrusday as day Cornelius is talking we see the events began on Monday verse 1-3. Then on Tuesday Peter had his vision verse 9 the servants came later than day verse 17

They then stayed over night verse 23.

Then on Wednesday the began travel to Cornelius. the trip took 1 day so they arrived on Thrusday verse 24 and the rest of the events happened. Here Cornelius said 4 days ago (Monday) I was praying.
3 To trust in other means... Note John 9:15 DocTrinsograce Wed 05/27/15, 3:46pm 242237
  "There is as great an aptness to trust in other means and let out our hearts to them. An arm of flesh signifies a great deal, when the power of an almighty Spirit is reckoned as nothing. And persons are apt to be very contriving, and prone to forecast, how such and such external forms would do our business and make the church and the christian interest hugely prosperous. As great an extravagancy as if we would suppose that fine sights would fill a hungry stomach, or that gay clothes would cure an ulcerous body. It is a very vain thing to think that anything that is merely external can reach this end, or do this business. For it cannot be done by any other way, by any might or power, but by the Spirit of the living God." --John Howe (1630-1705)

4 Holy Spirit Gifted to All Christendom Note Acts 2:32 DocTrinsograce Wed 05/27/15, 5:35am 242236
  Amen! I wish that I could have heard them sing this!
5 Holy Spirit Gifted to All Christendom Note Acts 2:32 azurelaw Tue 05/26/15, 5:44pm 242235
  Dear Brother Doc,

In echo to your excellent quote, this is what our choir has offered on this Petecost:-

Hymn to the Trinity (P. Tchaikovsky)

Blessed angel spirits offer praise undying,
Ever crying Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Sabaoth.

Saints and Martyrs praise Thy Name, Trinity life-giving, Earth-borne sorrow leaving before Thy throne, Ever crying Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Sabaoth.

Father omnipotent, mighty in glory, Christ Thy Son, our Saviour Who died that we might live. Holy Spirit, mystic dove, dwelling with us evermore, we praise Thee, we praise Thee, Blessed Trinity.

With the Angels' sacred hymn, all Thy might proclaiming, with the mystic cherubim in songs of praise we join, Holy, Holy, Holy, join we all in songs of praise forever; Halelujah, Halelujah, Halelujah, Lord God of Sabaoth.

6 Verse for the day Note James 1:19 lionheart Mon 05/25/15, 9:45am 242234
  This has gotta be me more than ever.

In Him,
7 Holy Spirit Gifted to All Christendom Note Acts 2:32 lionheart Sun 05/24/15, 2:35pm 242233
  God bless you Doc never quit my brother.

In Him,
8 Holy Spirit Gifted to All Christendom Note Acts 2:32 DocTrinsograce Sat 05/23/15, 8:20am 242232
  Today is Shavu'ot (Pentecost), a day of commemoration of God's providence. Let us praise our Lord for the Living Word, atonement, regeneration and the Spirit's enlightenment by which we receive the Word.

"Good men and wymmen, this day is called Wytsonday because the Holy Ghost brought wytte and wysdom into Cristis disciples, and so by her preaching after in to all cristendom, and fylled them full of ghostly wytte." --Wynken de Worde (14??-1534)

9 God Reconciled Us! Note Rom 5:10 DocTrinsograce Thu 05/21/15, 5:47pm 242231
  "Contrary to our distorted intuitions, the gospel does not encourage our conquest of heaven through intellectual, mystical, and moral striving. It announces that even while we were enemies, God reconciled us!" --Michael Horton, from his book Christian Faith

10 Full Dependence on Providence Note Ezek 34:15 DocTrinsograce Thu 05/21/15, 4:31pm 242230
  "Thus situated, many hundred miles from our families in the howling wilderness, I believe few would have equally enjoyed the happiness we experienced. I often observed to my brother, You see now how little nature requires to be satisfied. Felicity, the companion of content, is rather found in our own breasts than in the enjoyment of external things; and I firmly believe it requires but a little philosophy to make a man happy in whatever state he is. This consists in a full resignation to the will of Providence; and a resigned soul finds pleasure in a path strewned with briars and thorns." --Daniel Boone (1734-1820)


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