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Point of Salvation 22

Welcome, this is our final post on Point of Salvation.

CONCLUSION 2:  The Israelite believers performed animal sacrifices to demonstrate their belief in God, but it was… 334 more words


The Word Does Endure


“The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our God stands for ever”.
Isa 40:8 NIV

Many things come and go. 283 more words


Til Sin Be Bitter

I’ve been thinking a lot about sin lately. Light and fluffy topic, I know.

The truth is that for most of my life, I don’t think I really understood what sin was and had trouble identifying it in my life.


Readings and Prayers - 27 April 2014


Blessed be the God and Father or our Lord Jesus Christ! By his great mercy he has given us a new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. 157 more words


Apostles Creed (Ursinus)

A reforming theologian, Ursinus was born Breslau in 1534 and studied at Wittenberg from 1550 to 1557. He then moved to Geneva for further study and from there took a teaching post in his native city of Breslau. 141 more words


An aside: A Catholic game of Twister

The following emerged today in my Facebook feed:

Sacramental Question: 1) Joe is married to Beth civilly but not sacramentally. 2) Joe is Catholic but not confirmed.

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Resurrection of Christ

Many people don’t believe in the resurrection of Christ—it is not possible, it defies god’s plan, etc.  But for those who really deem themselves as true Christians, Paul states that one must believe this to be true for their faith to be true/strong.  268 more words