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- When you are sad, call on John 14 - When you don’t feel loved, call on Romans 8:38-39 - When you have sinned, call on 1 John 1:8-9
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Sep 26 2011 Dads are weird. They love lame gifts from their kids. Have you seen some of the 'art' or 'paintings' dads have on their refrigerator? I swear my dog [ the smart one , not the dumb one ] could draw something more grand.
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Editor's Note: This week, we're revisiting the most popular webcontent on RELEVANTmagazine.com in 2011—and this one caught us by surprise. People don't want to read about being sad, right? Yet, a great number of readers passed along this article about the theology of sorrow. Many Christians see God as an emotionless deity, and tend to view their feelings, especially negative ones, as being unlike Him. But Caleb (a funeral director who knows a thing or two about the heights of emotion) reveals a God who has known the ache of loss, who empathizes with His children and can even turn suffering into something sacred.
We say a great many things in church (and out of church too) without thinking of what we are saying. For instance, we say in the Creed " I believe in the forgiveness of sins." I had been saying it for several years before I asked myself why it was in the Creed.
....but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you. ~ John 15:19 by Toni Birdsong The direct message in my Facebook inbox was titled “enough Jesus already.”