Originally posted on WITNESS WELL:
The most compelling promise given in the Bible for believers is that Christ lives in you. It is a reality that our human minds cannot comprehend. For the Spirit-filled Christian, Christ is no longer an abstract image looking down from the heavens, but a real presence absorbed in their day-to-day life.
How does a believer make Jesus more real in their life?
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Janet Boynes lived as a lesbian for 14 years and now leads a ministry to help others struggling with homosexuality http://christiannews.net/2015/05/09/former-lesbian-petitions-obama-to-hear-voices-of-those-christ-has-set-free-from-homosexuality/
Originally posted on WisdomForLife:
Eight possible reasons
You were in the wrong and you know it. You’ve sinned. What should you do? Confess your sins to God. Be honest with God. Come clean. Don’t make excuses.
Tell God that you know you’re wrong and you need His forgiveness. If you do this, scripture promises, “…if we confess our sins, God will forgive our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness (see: I John 1:9).
But what should you do if you still feel guilty? Why do people struggle with guilt after confessing their sins to God? Why do they have difficultly accepting God’s forgiveness? Let me suggest eight possible reasons:
1. Unfinished business
Sometimes guilt remains because you need to finish things — to complete the circle of confession and make restitution. If a store clerk gives you too much change and you keep it or you speak hurtful words to someone and walk away…
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“At the core of Democrats is the spoiled child — miserable, as all spoiled children are, unsatisfied, demanding, ill-disciplined, despotic and useless. Liberalism is a philosophy of sniveling brats.”
Powers has a chance at breaking free from that mindset –praying she will.
Originally posted on Twitchy:
Fox News contributor and USA Today columnist Kirsten Powers’ new book, “The Silencing: How the Left is Killing Free Speech,” is out today, and several media outlets, including The Daily Beast and The Daily Signal, are carrying excerpts. So far, word is positive overall.
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People need the LORD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Originally posted on Don't Stop Believing:
A lot of us have been thinking the last couple of days about how our culture came to be where it is. The religious freedom piece may be the most important, but for now I want to focus on how our society came to believe that homosexual activity and changing one’s gender are perfectly natural activities worthy of praise. As I see it, there are two main catalysts.
- Modern Individualism
We are living in the age of Peak Enlightenment, when the modern focus on the self is approaching its climax. Western individuals can hardly be more obsessed with themselves and their rights, and we are now learning how such narcissism may do real harm to themselves and others. Society will continue to disintegrate as individuals wrangle over whose rights, freedoms, and dignity should be respected and whose must not be.
The Enlightenment taught us to follow the thoughts and desires…
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In Baltimore the elected officials are primarily black, as is the leadership of the police department, so the race card is hard to play
The family of the convicted marathon bomber is in America, on your tax dollars What a country–and they still want to Kill you.
Originally posted on Socialism is not the Answer:
The family of the convicted marathon bomber is in America, on your tax dollars, and survivors are outraged after learning the news.
As of Thursday, family members of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have been staying at the Hampton Inn in Revere under very tight security, just one of the things tax dollars are paying for. FOX25’s Sharman Sacchetti investigated how much this trip is costing you.
Sources say these family members are being called as witnesses and not only that, at least three agencies are working around the clock to protect and transport them. This is all part of the defense team’s strategy to save Tsarnaev. While it’s unclear when their flight started, we know the last part of it came through Amsterdam and landed at Logan Airport and cost nearly $2,500 per person.
The cost to put them up at the Hampton Inn at the government rate: almost $200…
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