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  1. Adults not supporting youth ministries

    by , February 23rd, 2017 at 10:30 PM
    It's a problem in my church and it really discourages me and the youth. I don't know if this is a problem in your church but I assume it is in other churches. On Fridays my church has youth services and for the most part the services are empty. Not because the lack of youth, but lack of adults. Any other services are full except ours. I seen adults say , "eh, the youth does nothing for me, that's why I don't go". It's frustrating, somewhat depressing. How else is the youth supposed ...
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  2. Devoted to prayer

    by , February 23rd, 2017 at 10:04 PM
    Prayer is a vital part of the Christian faith. It is our means of communicating with our Heavenly Father. The Apostle Paul had much to say about prayer in his many letters. In his letter to the Colossians, he states, "Devote yourselves to prayer with an alert mind and a thankful heart" (Colossians 4:2, NLT). What he is saying is that we should establish and maintain an active prayer life.

    As we pray, we need an "alert mind" so that our enemy (Satan) does not ...
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  3. I agree with this article chahab.org I would say exactly the same word.

    by , February 23rd, 2017 at 06:02 PM
    When one gentleman met another, regardless of whether they knew each other, they were to shake hands. We were taught that a gentleman did not shake hands with a lady, unless she extended her hand first.
    And then we learned that these rules did not apply in the world of traditional Jewry.
    People of the opposite gender do not even touch each otherThe practice of the traditional Jew is different. The rule is that people of the opposite gender do not even touch each other, let alone shake
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  4. origin of handshaking from Templestudy.com

    by , February 23rd, 2017 at 05:05 PM
    . Most agree, however, that the handshake predates written history, and is therefore somewhat difficult to track down. The earliest records we have of the handshake are from the Egyptians:
    The Egyptian hieroglyphic of the extended hand represents the verb, ‘to give’. This symbol finds its derivation in the shaking of hands which represented the legend of the handing over of power from a god to an early [earthly?] ruler. Hence the Babylonian ritual (circa 1800BC) in which the king clasped the
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  5. Hand shaking is not required as a Christian ritual, rather to some disrespect.

    by , February 23rd, 2017 at 10:21 AM
    Did you know this, that hand shaking actually started from the pagan gods of Eqypt.
    I find it disrespectful to force someone on another's privacy, and here's why.
    Jesus was an Orthodox Jew.
    As of today, no Orthodox Jew, man will touch in handshaking a womens hand.

    Neither will a Jewish women shake another man's hand, ie, as only to another female.
    Attending several Jewish Temples, which has been an extremely RICH expieriece of learning, and knowing the depts
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