Our Father, who is clearly in Heaven, and Ogmios, who is coming The Son of Man in the Gospels can be associated with the constellation of Orion, which clearly represents Jesus' Spirit. Daniel 7:13-14 describes Jesus quite well: Daniel's description of the Son of Man fits the pattern of stars in the constellation Orion almost perfectly. Orion is the most brilliant and imposing of all the constellations, and contains 78 stars. You Might Be Misrepresenting God If… n the spirit of that great theologian, Jeff Foxworthy, I present to you some rambling thoughts in my head, all completed by the phrase “you might be misrepresenting God”… Why "Do You Take the Bible Literally?" Is the Wrong Question “Do you take the Bible literally?” That question really bothers me. It gets asked and answered in coffee shops, television networks, and TED Talks, but it is a meaningless question. It’s so wooden. It reduces the complexity of faith to something even more rigid than black and white. In fact, much like a cast and crutches are signs of a broken leg, a person who asks or answers that question is showing that they do not understand what the Bible is.
How to put memes and other pictures in facebook chat « Punitjajo's Blog You can now use memes on facebook chat There’s a new feature in facebook using which you can put pictures of popular memes like “Me gusta“, “Trollface” etc. on facebook chat. Ever since the rise of memes and the increasing popularity of sites like 9gag, facebook users have wanted to do this and now its possible. Its very easy.
Top Commentaries on Every Book of the Bible by Tim Challies The last twenty years have witnessed a dramatic increase in the number and quality of biblical commentaries being published. With such a large number being published every year, it can be difficult to choose among them. To help as you select biblical commentaries for your study, Reformation Bible College’s Dr. Keith Mathison has put together a list of his “Top 5” commentaries for each book of the Bible. OLD TESTAMENT: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra & Nehemiah, Esther, Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi
Understanding Angels! A Bible Perspective to the Reality of Angels! Part 1 « The Agapegeek Blog (Ver 1.0) People generally do not believe in things that they have never seen or that they have any proof that they exist. However, the Bible says a lot about these spiritual beings we call angels and it informs us that they definitely are real and that they exist. The rest of this lesson will cover things found in the Bible about angels that you should know. Who are they, what are they, where did they come from, when did they come into existence, what is their purpose and whatever else I can find to discuss about them.
The L-Space Web: Death and What Comes Next The L-Space Web Copyright © Terry Pratchett 2002 When Death met the philosopher, the philosopher said, rather excitedly: "At this point, you realise, I'm both dead and not dead." Christian Texts Sacred-texts home Journal Articles: Christianity OCRT: ChristianityBuy CD-ROM Buy books about Christianity The Scriptures Gnosticism Early Christian Eastern Churches Mediaeval, Renaissance and Reformation Modern Links The Scriptures Hypertext Bible Index The King James Bible
Bible Stories for Kids - The Armor of God ...God planned to send Jesus to save us! Save us from what? Well, when God made the world it was perfect in every way. And then Adam came along and ate the fruit God told him not to eat. “Official” Romulan Ale Recipe It seems like I get a request for this drink every 6 months or so. Might be how such cycles run, or how long it takes for the human body to purge the alcohol from the body. (Okay, so a new Trek movie helps).
Heretics Got Your Goat Heretics Got Your Goat? Contentious Christians keep caterwauling? Well, there's an answer now! Just tell them to Shut UP! Maximum PC Back in our September 2008 issue, we published a list of 9 Skills Every Nerd Needs – a lighthearted examination of the essential abilities Maximum PC readers should have in their geek arsenal. We still stand by that list, but we were somewhat one-upped last month when we saw that Gizmodo had since run its own list of 50 key geek skills. Their list was very respectable, but we thought that we could do better by not only expanding and refining our original story, but actually teaching you these skills. The highest echelon of geeks will be able to do everything in this list, and this is by no means a full categorization of the complete geek skillset – only what we consider to be the most indispensable abilities. Have anything to add to our list? Post it in the comments!
The Octavius Winslow Archive “For if we would judge ourselves, we should not be judged.” 1 Cor. 11:31 Self-condemnation averts God’s condemnation. When a penitent sinner truly, humbly, graciously sits in judgment upon himself, the Lord will never sit in judgment upon him. The penitent publican, who stood afar off, wrapped in the spirit of self-condemnation, retired from His presence a justified man.