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EASTERN RELIGIONS CLAIM METAPHYSICAL AND SPIRITUAL GAINS OUTSIDE OF CHRIST [1048]

It hardly needs to be said that there is no spiritual resurrection outside of Jesus and by his sacrifice for all. The person and personality of Jesus cannot be resurrected inside people who merely express a desire to experience a higher plane of existence, and this is a trap for many who then think that trying drugs might achieve a similar thing. 293 more words

Religion

A pair of imperatives

Let what you heard from the beginning abide in you. If what you heard from the beginning abides in you, then you too will abide in the Son and in the Father. 256 more words

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What Did She Do?

When I learn something really interesting, I love to share it.

When something great happens to me, I can’t wait to tell someone about it. 355 more words

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Psalm 16

I am sick. What first began as a feeling of inadequacy has morphed into a virus that consumes my entrails nonstop. This cursed sense of loneliness gnaws at my heart, taunts my mind and despairs my soul. 76 more words

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While we walk (Poem)

While we walk
the paths built by man
let us always hold our Savior’s hand
(while we walk, © Steven S. Walsky, November 2018.) 27 more words

Steven S. Walsky

The Fruit of the Spirit (THARU, DANGAURA: Bible NT 2018)

THARU, DANGAURA: Bible NT 2018

Galatians (गलाती) 5:22-23

22 तर पवित्र आत्‍मक फाराजुन: प्रेम कर्ना, आनन्‍दित हुइना, शान्‍तिम रना, धीरजी हुइना, दया कर्ना, भलाइ कर्ना, भरपर्दो हुइना,

23 नम्र हुइना, अपन्‍हेह अधीन कर्ना हो। असिन बातक विरोधम कौनो व्‍यवस्‍था नैहो।

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Do You Ever Leave a Translation Meaningless? (Hebrews 13:3)

~ Bill Mounce

I am reading a paper this week at the national meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society. It is entitled, “Do formal equivalent translations reflect a higher view of plenary, verbal inspiration?” Because of my research, I am particularly sensitive to the claims of formal and functional equivalent translations and the relationship between words and meaning. 350 more words

Discipleship