That‘s what Romans 5:2 says in the NLT version. I believe that is the first time I have heard as such. If you really think about it, that’s all it is Undeserved Privilege. “Because of our faith, Christ has brought us into this place of undeserved privilege where we now stand, and we confidently and … More Undeserved Privelege.
As tears fall like rain, sorrow is felt permeating the air. Her charred and broken soul is cleansed and expressed as the tears fall unheeded. The rain around her washes the filth from the atmosphere, as her broken-heart is healed through tears. The booming Lightning and Thunder are likened to words which strike her from … More The Cleansing
Every day we suffer from want. This life never promises anything, yet we demand what we don’t deserve. We choose fame, fortune, and familiarity. All of these are just vapors appearing as something eternal; yet they are only temporal. They will rust and decay like grass withering under the heat of the sun. Our souls … More Life’s Vapor
2030 Un-Masked – if the video doesn’t play here is the link:https://rumble.com/vlmsmn-2030-unmasked-for-those-preparing-for-whats-coming-after-covid-19.html https://www.weforum.org/videos/the-great-reset-726dedeacb https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/11/8-predictions-for-the-world-in-2030/ the video for the above link is very important! -https://www.facebook.com/worldeconomicforum/videos/10154159674886479/ https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/nobody-knows-how-to-interpret-this-doomsday-stonehenge-in-georgia-5592082/ I could post more and I will but please watch these!
The struggle for perfection is limitless and unending. It starts when we are introduced to it and continues until we have courage and/or the wisdom to realize no one is really “in” or has it all together. With time, we see the struggle as pointless, yet it brings so much pleasure that we decide to … More Perfection vs. Reality
My Summary……………. Jonathan Edwards (1703 – 1758) was born in Northhampton, Massachusetts. Starting college at 13, he attended Yale for four years. After graduating, Edwards ministered at a Presbyterian church. Two years later, Edwards became a tutor but had to resign due to poor health. In 1726, he returned home and assisted his maternal grandfather … More My Latest Literature Read