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- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition
Msrgie's comment on 2012-10-02 02:16:59:
It's amazing of the Lord's unconditional Love for us. He always makes us clean again and again. He makes us pure daily through His forgiveness. Always let go and let God. He is always in control. There is no favortism we are all equal in His sight. No one is greater than the other. That is the way we should be with one another. Treat everyday and everyone like in the sabbath. Everyday is the day the Lord has made, so rejoice daily until His coming! Hallelujah, Amen and amen.
Ntuthu Dhlamini's comment on 2012-05-04 08:00:10:
Looks to me that the Lord is always the One who makes the first move in trying to bring His lost children back to Him. Notice how in Genesis He is the One calling out to Adam and Eve saying where art thou? They have sinned and they decide to run away and hide from God. God makes the first move which culminates with Him promising them a Saviour. He decides not only to forgive them but to also take their punishment. What a great God! Contrary to the picture that the Devil paints of an angry and judgemental God who is always looking for any excuse to punish us.
Kathy's comment on 2010-12-05 12:22:29:
The Lord wants us to go to Him and reason things out. He wants us to ask so He can explain things to us. Though they be red they will be white says' nothing shall be impossible with Him. To me the cross and the blood shed by Jesus is the red sins that were covered by His blood so we could be washed clean by the sacrifice of the Lords crucifixion. God is a God of grace and mercy who forgives even the vilest sinner and nothing is impossible with Him. But to know Him which He is calling us to do here, we must come to Him and "talk things out" argue if you must, reason with Him, read His word, pray and fast and seek His face (2 Chronicles 7:14), ah, yes, COME - God's calling us - Let us- (together (us)) Reason, figure things out, argue a point, the Jews were great at arguing a point and Jesus our Messiah is Jewish...sounds like His personality coming through here! Love It...Love the Word of God!
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