Originally Posted by SunsSunny
But what can compare to the bread of life?
the delicious sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ
Originally Posted by Tinkerbell725
A "Contentious spirit" is born out of pride. And where there is pride, learning is impossible. That's is why God wants us to be like children so we can be humble and teachable. Creating this thread is an act of humility and learning is on the horizon. You are not going to become a milktoast if you try to tame that contentious spirit. Instead many will learn from you more. It's ok to be angry but it's never ok to attack. For those who know your personality, they will understand that you
Originally Posted by LOLOKGal
Originally Posted by Rphardy
Everyone always says that heaven is this wonderful place. Streets lined with gold, etc... Better than here on earth. SO why is it then that everyone says that Jesus "sacrificed" himself for our sins. Exactly what did he/she "sacrifice"? His/her life on earth? To go to a better place? What kind of "sacrifice is that? Sounds more like a get out of jail free card to me.
You see, the wages of sin is death (Rom 6:23) and Jesus Christ loved us so much
Originally Posted by mailmandan
Originally Posted by plaintalk
Faith alone? #24
Would you agree that a "work of faith" (1 Thess. 1: 3) or "obedience of faith" (Rom. 1: 5) is "of faith" and not a work of law nor a work of merit? God bless.
This is a smoke screen in order to try and justify your erroneous teaching that we are saved by "these works" and just not "those works." You cannot dissect good works from the MORAL aspect of the law, so either way it's salvation by works!
In 1 Thessalonians