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Devotion Is Requisite

From: The Heart Of Mysticism
December letter of 1958
by Joel S. Goldsmith

Saul of Tarsus was a very good man, a man who spent his days and nights pondering God, deeply religious, believing in God, fearing for God’s kingdom so much that he was willing to do almost anything to protect his God and his God’s way of life. 1,196 more words


"None is righteous, no, not one" Romans 1:18 - 3:20

Good evening everyone!

It’s been a long, long time since I’ve made a blog post. Partly due to a busy schedule I had with massive changes to prepare for in 2017 and to confess, partly due to my laziness. 636 more words


Paul Transferred to Caesarea

Here are my thoughts on Acts 23:23-35.

Summary: In this passage, the commander of the Roman troops in Jerusalem, Claudius Lysias, ordered two of his centurions to form a detachment that would escort Paul to Caesarea. 335 more words


Paul And James On Faith And Works

James’ attack on “dead faith” (G. C. Berkouwer, Faith and Justification, 137) and his protest for faith as “a truly experienced reality” (136), which dominates the whole of life, does not conflict with Paul who speaks against the works of the law but not against the works of faith.


The Problem of Sacred Days and Clean Foods – Romans 14:5-9

In Romans 14 Paul is trying to guide congregations to preserve the unity of the body of Christ despite having a wide variety of views on some practices. 720 more words


Day 2/365 - Anxious For Nothing

Anxiety is something that every person deals with. As we are bombarded by media and a society that tells us there’s a right and a wrong way to do something, it’s hard not to give into those influences and question your own life. 420 more words

One Thing Is Lacking: Harmony (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 341)

1 Corinthians 1:10 (NLT)
I appeal to you, dear brothers and sisters, by the authority of our Lord Jesus Christ, to live in harmony with each other. 540 more words