On the Day of Atonement each year, the high priest had to choose three things.
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Even though He was innocent, the people falsely accused Him; they mocked and spit on Him, bruised and broke His body. And yet He chose to do what's right.
In "Fighting for Your Marriage While Separated," Linda W. Rooks explores practical answers for men and women in the midst of a marriage crisis.
Most people in the world lack the conveniences we take for granted.
For more than 40 years, we have reported on what the Holy Spirit is doing in a rapidly changing world—news the secular media ignores or doesn't understand.
Regardless of our backstory, it's safe to say we've all experienced rejection. We can all name the person who should have loved us, but didn't.
As you develop a ritual of asking for forgiveness of your sins like, "Honey, I sinned again by getting angry," or "Honey, I need you to forgive me for not being patient," you begin to set up a new paradigm in your marriage.
I couldn't offer my mess to Jesus. Or could I?
God can use even the most disappointing circumstances to shape and mold us into the image of His Son, Jesus Christ.
We try to keep people at a distance because we don't want them to see how messy we can be. Here's a better plan.
These lies continue to mislead the church and keep people from properly viewing mental illness as what it is.
To reverse what we've already set in motion, we have to reprogram ourselves for life and not death, for blessings and not curses (Deut. 30:19).
Don't take a shortcut on the journey.
"Did lies erase your faith? Did you overlook My grace?"
In that moment, the Holy Spirit has an opportunity to equip us to respond with love, grace and humility.
Now, this one will make people angry.
You watched them fall in love and get married. Now get the real story behind their romance.
"One percent of the abortion workers in the United States, after getting one look at them being portrayed on film ... have decided to change their lives ... and what they do for a living."
If we argue that a certain disposition or feeling or attraction or desire must be attributed to God because it is so deep-seated, we open a Pandora's box of confusion.
Jones says viewers will hear the word "God" a lot on the show, because nine times out of 10, the participants on both sides of the bars are believers who have seriously grappled with the biblical mandate of forgiveness.
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