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Results 1 - 6 of 6
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On or After: Sat 09/20/14 ordered by Date
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1 Encouragement Note Ps 31:7 DocTrinsograce Mon 09/29/14, 4:21pm 241323
  "Shall light troubles make you forget weighty mercies?" --John Flavel (1627-1691)
2 Naming Created Things Note Gen 2:19 EdB Mon 09/29/14, 12:40pm 241319
  Keep in mind the Hebrew (the language Adam was thought to speak) names were more descriptive of the animal than the English names.

Like commonly seen in Latin the original languages names were combination of words and sounds that described the physical appearance or nature of the animal.

Example snake or serpent in Hebrew comes from a word in Hebrew that means to "hiss"
3 Did Jesus mention we are not to beg? Note Matt 26:11 Soupguy Sat 09/27/14, 9:08am 241310
  I just wanted to know because when I see someone begging either in the parking lot or next to a off ramp I get the feeling to give and I did not want to offend God because I have given in the past.I just heard someone say that God didn't like begging and thought I need to look into this because I wanted to do what he would want me to .
4 The Sacrifice of Fools... Note Heb 12:18 DocTrinsograce Thu 09/25/14, 4:30pm 241301
  "It is to be lamented that in our age the Church of God has lost much of the fear of the Lord in worship. Solemnity, reverence, awe, and humility have largely given way to familiarity, casualness, disorder, and even flippancy. That these ungodly qualities have not been the predominant features of the worship assemblies of our own congregation affords us matter for thankfulness to God, who has given us a measure of due reverence in His presence. Yet we must be ever diligent to heed the wise counsel of Solomon who said, 'Walk prudently when you go to the house of God; and draw near to hear rather than to give the sacrifice of fools, for they do not know that they do evil' (Ecclesiastes 5:1)" --Doug W. Comin
5 Salvation Always Has Evidences Note 2 Cor 13:6 DocTrinsograce Tue 09/23/14, 4:38pm 241297
  "Once I was speaking to an assembly of high school students. I announced that I was the greatest trumpet player in the world. I then took a trumpet and blew two or three of the worst sounding notes you have ever heard. I then pointed out that words are empty if not validated by our lives. Evangelism is the announcement of the good news that in Christ salvation has come into the world. But people have the right to say 'where?' If we cannot point to a living community and lives that show that God's power has indeed invaded history, then our words are empty. Our words interpret our deeds and lives, and our lives and deeds authenticate our words. Surely one sees this in the ministry of Jesus where his life, words and deeds revealed the kingdom. Nietzsche once said: 'They would have to sing better songs for me to learn to have faith in their Redeemer: and his disciples would have to look more redeemed!' That doesn't mean that our words will completely lack power if our lives and deeds betray the gospel. The gospel does have its own power. But it will mean that it will weaken our witness and we will be judged for that." --Dr. Michael Goheen (2013)
6 Timothy's holy calling Note 2 Tim 1:9 DocTrinsograce Sat 09/20/14, 2:54pm 241273

The calling of Timothy and Paul was to a life of holiness (Hebrews 3:1). Whereas there were were once sinners and enemies (Ephesians 1:18; 4:1), now purchased (Acts 20:28) they belonged entirely to God, separated from the world.

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