12/22/2021, 3:30am by "Angelica louise": Thank you King of kings
7/16/2020, 10:40pm by "Lisa Chapman": Hi Emma, I pray that you are doing well. After reading your post, I realized just how important it really is for us to have faith in God as our protector, just as He is our Creator. Have faith. The shootings you hear are most likely a result of violence, and as long as you are not involved you are not a target. Also, it is best they do not ever see you look in their direction. Don't try to see where it is coming from, or who is shooting. If it is in fact a murder taking place, if they see you see them, it is likely you will then be shot as a result of witnessing them commit murder. Pray, and always have trust and faith in God that He is your protector and provider of all things needed. :) Many Blessings, Lisa Chapman
4/17/2020, 4:22pm by "Mishael": Clementine on ECCL.3 Your question on a time to love; a time to hate. If you will start in chapter one and highlight the word HATE to chapter 3, You'll have your answer. Hate has its own season and it teaches us patience really. I have a testimony about that but I'll keep silence. There's so much hate in our world these days. Your testimony is love, peace, & centeredness. Keep your eyes on Jesus.
4/17/2020, 2:22pm by "bob Hilt": This is my take from King David. Psalms Chapter 139: 19 Surely thou wilt slay the wicked, O God: depart from me therefore, ye bloody men. 20 For they speak against thee wickedly, [and] thine enemies take [thy name] in vain. 21 Do not I hate them, O LORD, that hate thee? and am not I grieved with those that rise up against thee? 22 I hate them with perfect hatred: I count them mine enemies. David hated them who hated the Lord. Has anything changed?
4/17/2020, 4:34am by "Clementine Boddie": What specifically is Solomon referring to when he says," a time to hate." We are studying Ecclesiastes and would like to know in what context he is using this. Are we to hate something, someone, etc!
7/25/2015, 12:05pm by "Jame king": This is intended to be a warning that we should be careful in our dealings with others And have one hand extended, open and the other hand hidden, at the ready to defend against evil that has both hands extended and open, espousing god's mercy but without a moral boundary. And when confronted with the such evil as defind by a nation of just laws, a nation that fears annihilation of freedom and life, we should seek God's spirituial guidance before we kill with a clear mind's eye with one shot-one kill to protect all that is God's.
11/10/2014, 1:27pm by "Pam Stowe": I love this verse
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