Love this. Feel it strongly.
In an age where the mantra has become “it doesn’t matter what your doctrine is,” it’s fitting to be reminded Paul (I Timothy 6:3-4) and John (II John 7-10) and Charles Haddon felt otherwise.
A genocide many have forgotten or overlooked. You would not believe some of the atrocities perpetrated by human beings on other human beings. https://pjmedia.com/faith/armenian-genocide-remembrance-day-revisiting-islams-greatest-slaughter-of-christians/?fbclid=IwAR1GrokNCpp7xKthvigr0ZEHBt8aCvuohTBZbdIKXPZH4Bt1dj283QUnYII
Worth thinking about. Jesus not only wept; it says twice in John 11 He “groaned in His Spirit” as He stood outside the tomb. Weeping was just the outward display of a profound inner turmoil He had going on over the effects of death on the human race; and this time, it was personal.
Back in the day, I would perennially try to instill in my students this foreign substance called "ganas."
It's a Spanish word that means "strong desire," fervor, or "push."
Actually, “desire” has always seemed too weak a word, even "strong desire." In fact, if we can think of "lusting" in a GOOD way, for good and right things -- THAT'S "ganas" (as in Galatians 5:17 KJV, "the Spirit lusteth against the flesh").
It's a strong, burning, non-stop, unquenchable, never-quittin
"Because John says "of His fullness we have all RECEIVED," and Paul says "they which RECEIVE abundance of Grace and of the gift of righteousness shall reign . . ."
Do you know how to receive? You say, "Sir, I suppose you mean, I need to pray."
No, I do not mean that.
There is all the difference in the world between praying for Christ and taking Christ.
Years ago, I was staying with Canon (Samuel) Wilberforce at Southampton -- it was in the first flush of my