Although Elijah is considered the greatest prophet in Israel (I suppose until John the Baptist showed up), there’s actually not that much ink spent on him in the Bible. 1,455 more words
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Considering the nature of Christianity, there are bound to be problems. I mean, you take a scumbag off the street, tell them that through Jesus they can go to heaven (and experience a new life in the Lord) and then expect them to magically fit in with the rest of the body of Christ. 1,614 more words
I’ve heard quite a few times the story of a young woman coming to Christ and then trying to join a church. Immediately she is bombarded by older women who seem to be judging every aspect of how she lives and almost seem to be rejecting her just out of how she looks rather than where her heart is. 2,382 more words
Things were pretty bad in the kingdom of Israel in Judah. To catch us up, we can read about the situation in Jeremiah 32:1-2,
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This is the word that came to Jeremiah from the Lord in the tenth year of Zedekiah king of Judah, which was the eighteenth year of Nebuchadnezzar.