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It is so easy for families to tell addicted persons “You should be ashamed.” Intense frustration, despair and grief, coupled with the hope that “tough love” will jar their loved ones into a state of clarity, can produce this phrase.
According to theologian, Fisher Humphreys, evil comes in two forms. First, actions that we take that are wrong, those that we know are wrong, that we are free not to take, yet, we do it anyway. In the church we call these actions sins. For these actions, the church proclaims we are to preach repentance and forgiveness. As followers of Jesus, we are to repent of our sins and seek forgiveness.
Carry Your Dirt With You! By David JulenMain Characters: - Naaman - A powerful general from Aram (modern-day Syria) who has leprosy - Elisha - Hebrew prophet used by God to heal NaamanAre you willing to listen to new voices about finding help? Carry Your Dirt With...
“Here’s mud in your eye” is a toast that is supposed to mean “Good luck!” According to a variety of sources, this line originates from the John 9 passage about a man born blind and healed by Jesus.
The raising of Lazarus is described by scholars of the gospel of John as the seventh sign, a sign being a place where heaven and earth intersect, an event that points to the divinity and character of Jesus.
Trent Reznor and Johnny Cash came from opposite sides of the musical universe. Reznor is the founder and lead singer of the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails; a genre characterized by harsh sounds and