This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45) Service is not a uniquely Christian concept. The language of service is something engrained throughout society....
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What helps make you happy? What can you share to help someone become happy?
I'm really not looking for theological intellectual arguments over the subject (I'm assuming that we are all trying to find ultimate happiness in God), but just some practical advice. It could be anything like walking the dog, or writing in a diary.
Share some of your secrets please. Thanks!
I've seen several conversations that touch on this but don't recall seeing a satisfying answer to this. Presuming the old Reformed view that instruments are weak and beggarly elements of OT worship, it is said they once being OT elements of worship cannot have a circumstantial NT use in worship. Is that just in worship that this rule applies; how do they have any use at any time if some past...
What is Psalm 82:1 all about? Are the "gods" powerful angles like we meet in Danial 10:11-21? Where an unnamed good angel does battle with the "prince of the kingdom of Persia" for 21 days before he was relieved by Michael, "one of the chief princes" and was finally able to come to aid Daniel.
- @iainduguid - This might be right up your alley.
I understand that the position is a theological one, looking at God's providence at the time of the Reformation just before the printing presses came into play and also not believing the text needs to be 'restored/reconstructed', so my question is, if HYPOthetically the TR is the text that does not have the long ending of Mark, 1 Jn 5:7 etc AND the Alexandarian/CT text is the one that DOES...
Being raised in a conservative Baptist family, it wasn’t hard to look on other denominations as heretical abominations. However, as I have grown, matured and become friends with many Christians from every denomination there is, it’s almost impossible for me to maintain that view. Matter of fact, I’ve come to appreciate what I feel they do well. Based on my experience ( exceptions not...
My name is Andrew Levesque.
I am the Teaching/Lead Pastor (Elder) at City On A Hill Church in Brockville, Ontario, Canada.
Here Is My Story (So you may be better acquainted with my history and progression of faith).
I am 26 nearing 27, I grew up within the UPCI (United Pentecostal Church International), the largest Oneness (Modalist) Fundamentalist/ Legalistic Denomination in the world. I...
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