Lord You Alone Have The Words Of Everlasting Life. ( John:6 )

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DustyRhodes

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Dec 30, 2016
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Peter Said To Jesus, To Whom Shall We Go,

Peter was responding to Jesus when Jesus saw that
many of His disciples didn't understand Him when He
told them He was the bread of life. And Jesus looked
at Peter and asked "will you leave too". In all of the
words in scripture. those always seem to resound the
most if we become doubtful or feel unfulfilled in life.
we might answer that question, 'Lord to whom shall we
Go.' Really it is a call to faith and moreover a call for
commitment. Throughout all of scripture, it demands
that it is all or nothing with God. He sent Jesus to show
us the way and the truth and the life. In other works, He
is not an intellectual exercise. Being a Christian is a
24/7 lifestyle. We are human and that condition is not
perfect, but should never deter us from striving for being
the best we can be.
 

JaumeJ

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Jul 2, 2011
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Just6 a note of information from the Word. Jesus declared He is the Bread from Heaven. When we eat this bread aily, our daily Bread, we live in health. When we do not, we die.

Bethlechem or beit lechem may be translated as "House of Bread." It is not an odd occurrance that our Nurturing Bred is from that town. Later from Nazareth, He was called a Nazarite or Nazar, Branch in English.

God bless you for blessing always, amen.