The subject line of the email got right to the point. There was no question it was junk mail. I had this strange, conflicting set of reactions when it popped up in the list of unread emails: first, disgust at receiving the email at all and second, some admiration for the directness of the subject line. 948 more words
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In my discourse upon this subject I shall study as much brevity as clearness and edification will allow me; not adding words to make the volume swell, but contracting myself within the bounds of a few lines, for the profit and convenience of those that shall take the pains to read my labors And though I might abundantly multiply arguments for the evincing and vindicating this conclusion, yet I shall content myself with some few Scripture demonstrations; the first of which I shall gather out of the ninth of the Romans, from that discourse of the apostle’s touching the children of the flesh and the children of the promise. 833 more words
You know what’s a lot easier than having to be honest about our sin and struggles?
Acting as if they’re not even there… then justifying our oversight with a simple “no one can judge me except Jesus.” 1,070 more words
GENERAL AUDIENCE: WE WILL NOT BE ALONE AT THE FINAL JUDGEMENT
Vatican City, 11 December 2013 (VIS) – The Pope dedicated his final catechesis on the Creed to its last article: “I believe in life everlasting”, focusing in particular on the final judgement. 567 more words