1 CORINTHIANS 15:28 AND WHEN --ALL THINGS-- SHALL BE SUBDUED UNTO HIM THEN SHALL THE SON HIMSELF BE --SUBJECT-- UNTO HIM THAT PUT ALL THINGS UNDER HIM THAT GOD MAY BE ALL IN ALL ***1 CORINTHIANS 11:3 BUT I WOULD HAVE YOU KNOW THAT THE HEAD OF --EVERY MAN-- IS CHRIST AND THE HEAD OF THE WOMAN IS THE MAN AND THE HEAD OF CHRIST IS GOD
Peter (cont.); So while the most are looking for some strange event to break in on an otherwise dis-attached world, to usher in THE Antichrist and the most terrible and dreadful heathen beast kingdom to rule the world; they have been unknowingly conditioned to be blind deaf and dumb concerning what is already been for many centuries at work in the world. We're already in the end of days' Dark Age!
The Gospel must be preached only the truth in God's Word!
To Carolyn (cont.); in addition, since we live in a Country over saturated with every kind of Christian (real or imagined) known to man; its not likely many are going to be impressed, even with the most accurate and brilliantly eloquated doctrine (i.e. something stated in a profound or charismatic manner): but a tree is known by its fruits; and people know what's real and what's an empty show.
Mark 5 (cont.); the way each of the Evangelists describe the scene there, it is clear that the disciples were probably nervous and some probably afraid at what was happening in front of them when they disembarked their little ship. Demonized people's afflictions are very sad and frightening to most; but Jesus who has all power and authority is not afraid, but comes to free them from their torture.
Jesus also said that we are to deny our selves, pick up our cross, and follow Him. We must crucify our fleshly nature with Christ to be true disciples. Otherwise we cannot walk in the authority He gives us to tread upon serpents and scorpions and over all the powers of the enemy without being hurt. If we walk in the flesh, we can easily be tares, not the wheat.
Mr disciple: Peter the Disciple, in John 18v15-27 Peter was a Born Again, Believer in the Lord Jesus but he sinned in denying Christ but he was still saved and God forgave him and he became a great preacher of the Gospel. SEE none of us are perfect. But our sins are forgiven and Christ died to forgive past and future sins.
Mr. Kelly (fr. John 3 cont.); your interpretation of Paul's words in Romans 7
Mr Antoine: Repentance, is when you turn from your sins, put your back to them, confess them to God and never turn back to them. I heard someone say once when you repent u make a u-turn, instead of going towards them u turn around and put them behind you. If we repent from our sins put our faith and trust in Christ, He will save us.
Communicating is often death to self, and Philemon is no exception. I would like to have been a mouse in a corner to hear Philemon's response after he first read Paul's message.
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