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Why the sacrifice had to be sinless....

It is not an incidental point—our salvation actually depends on it. In order to serve as a sin sacrifice, the Lord Jesus had to be a true human being, and the Lord Jesus had to be sinless. 118 more words

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Exams for next two days and 3000 HITS!

First off, thank you all for the support! I never thought I’d really get such an audience for this blog, so your following me is a true motivator for me to write more for you people. 88 more words

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No choir practice or Team Kids tonight - 12/17/2014

Due to multiple folks coming down with colds and flu like symptoms we are not going to practice for our Christmas Show tonight.  Also, we are canceling Team Kids to allow all to hopefully remain healthy for Sunday. 19 more words

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Hardcore studying before the exam tomorrow

I spent the entire day studying at the library for my physics exam that is tomorrow. I honestly don’t have much to say, but I want to just get done with this week so I can finally go back home and get a good rest before the beginning of the spring semester. 68 more words

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Studying more, and a startling discovery

I’ve probably shared this with some people, but while I was engrossed in the Physics for Future Presidents course material (it’s a physical science breadth course that reinforces fundamental key concepts every president should know, apparently), in the chapter about nukes and reactors, I found that UC Berkeley was a major part of the Manhattan Project. 134 more words

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The inside out of envy....

Romans 12:15 Rejoice with those who rejoice; weep with those who weep.

1 Corinthians 12:26 And if one member suffers, all the members suffer together; if a member is honored, all the members rejoice with it… 235 more words

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The day of work, study and relaxation

The events of today were in that exact order. I got up in he morning and studied for a decent amount of time, then I had a shift at work for a good 3 hours, then I plopped down on my bed and gave both my back and my brain the rest it needed. 167 more words

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