Back then, most country folk went to town on Saturday.
About a month ago, I was standing in my kitchen when God spoke to me—and yes, I am one of those people who thinks God speaks to me, and I can’t prove it, and nobody can disprove it, so here we are—and as I was saying, God said to me, “I’m going to give you a gift.” I reacted with a nonchalant, “
The last three verses of II Peter 2 state that a Christian may fall away from God and be lost (also II Pet. 3:17). “Once-saved-always-saved” or the impossibility of apostasy isn’t found in Scripture. Therefore, let’s take a look at this section and see what lessons we can learn.
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I am a reader, and when I have time, I read about whatever comes to mind.
I don’t think the book got there by accident.
Beyond the unknown: I saw this TV program advertised. I wondered how you get beyond the unknown. We can always learn something new, which we did not know; I suppose that is one way.
My granddaughter started school last week in Warren County. She attends class in person two days per week then does online classes the other three days. One online class
The first chapter of II Peter ends by reminding readers that “no prophecy of the Scripture is of any private interpretation” (v. 20). Peter maintains, “the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost” (v. 21).