“I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has strengthened me, because He considered me faithful, putting me into service, even though I was formerly a blasphemer and a persecutor and a violent aggressor. 219 more words
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Imagine a lawyer with a client who lives in one county and works in another. Or even a lawyer who litigates in multiple states. Both common occurrences, but situations that make it very hard to keep track of legal documents.
There are two mindsets people assume when they wish to change a certain behavior, fix some human-related problem: the legalist and the technological. The legalist says: 264 more words
This is the cry you hear when pointing out that the Lord Jesus has commands for which He requires obedience. The modern, mainstream Christian despises the words “commandments” and “obedience”, and they shriek loudly at the sound of the Word of God as it exposes their lawlessness. 1,508 more words
“Before concluding his letter Paul returns once more to the antithesis of cross and circumcision, setting them forth this time as representing respectively the true and the false ground of boasting, and thus carrying a stage further his polemic against the Judaizers and their way of legal observance (Galatians 5:2-12).” 666 more words