This whole time we knew each other. This whole time you were right there in front of my eyes. GOD has a way of doing things. Not on your time , on his. And I couldn't be any happier. Everything is different now , better different. Its so crazy to me how we knew of each other without knowing each other. And it all came together.
Originally Posted by pottersclay
I would certainly think that a man so anointed of God that Jesus could say that he was more than a prophet would never have any lapses in his faith. I'm referring to John the Baptist, the voice of one crying in the wilderness. Whenever I read about these Biblical superheroes, I must always remind myself that they too have sinned and fallen short of God's glory. They too had struggles in their venture of faith.
I've often wondered about John. He takes a stand for righteousness against Herod
Chikeziri Ojiaku originally shared:
The fact is that everyone knows that they'll die someday. The truth, however, is that not many believe it.
Why do I say that?
If we truly believe that someday we will die we'll definitely do things differently.
Take for instance our clamour for wealth (most of our lives everything we think about and do is mainly for the acquisition of wealth); our desperation and anxiety for our future (some worry and stress over things that can only
Why rejection hurts so much — and what to do about it
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Psychologist Guy Winch shares some practical tips for soothing the sting of rejection.
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†. Gen 45:1-2 . . Joseph could stand it no longer. Out, all of you! He
cried out to his attendants. He wanted to be alone with his brothers
when he told them who he was. Then he broke down and wept
aloud. His sobs were so loud that the Egyptians could hear, and so
the news reached Pharaoh's palace.
The brothers have repeatedly proven their integrity, their family unity, and
their filial loyalty. Joseph could gain nothing more conclusive than Judah's