Happy Easter! He Is Risen!

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Happy Easter! He Is Risen!

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Gems 2014 — April 21 Scripture Selection: Mark 1:29-45

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April 21 Scripture Selection: Mark 1:29-45

Food for Thought: Mark1:41

In Mark 1:41, Jesus demonstrates to us just how faith works: through love. Love is the fuel by which faith does its work. Galatians 5:6c says, “but faith which works by love.” In today’s text, we see Jesus moved with compassion (love) and reached out and healed the leper. There are many other scriptural examples of the Lord being moved with compassion and doing mighty things for people, of course including going all the way to the cross.

Faith is what gets things done, and Jesus is the author of faith (Heb. 12:2). All throughout the Word, in addition to the faith in Jesus, you can read of the faith ofJesus. Before we could ever have it, He had it first. And when we received Him, we received the benefit of the infinite power…

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‘Dear Conservatives’: Zach Braff says something liberal in 4 words, then deletes tweets

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This escalated quickly. Actor Zach Braff jumped into the hashtag game #SaySomethingLiberalIn4Words  with the entry, “Willing to share wealth,” followed by, “Not afraid of Homosexuals.” Before long, Braff jumped back out and took his tweets with him, but not before they were retweeted and screen-capped.

It seems he wanted to share his tweets as much as he wanted to share his wealth.

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Suyts Hiatus

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I thought I’d drop a note to those who may be wondering. Sadly, it looks as if I’m going to have to take a couple of weeks off from blogging. It’s nothing all that bad, it’s just that my vision has diminished too much to read or write well. I’ll still continue to provide the Gems posts. Jeanette writes them, so it’s basically a copy/paste for me. I didn’t want to, but, it’s just too much of a hassle. But, not to worry, I’ve got one eye scheduled for surgery in June. Oddly, my cataracts are worse in my “good” eye. My left eye always had very poor vision to begin with, but, now, it’s what I have to use to see. I find myself closing my right eye to attempt to read and write. In other words, essentially, I’m blind. I can still see things, just nothing with any…

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Gems 2014 —- With Bonus Content For Yesterday!!!

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Well, I didn’t get yesterday’s posted so I’ll post them together in this one — James

Guest post by Jeanette Andrade

April 19 Scripture Selection: I Cor. 16

Food for Thought: I Cor. 16:13, 14

If a Christian just goes through the motions, doing the minimal, avoiding “inconveniences,” and just keeping up appearances, then the selected verses for today will mean very little. Here, Paul is encouraging the believers to be watchful (alert to the threats of the enemy, and prayerful), to stand fast (firm) in the faith, to be brave, to be strong, and to do all things in love.

These instructions are for the active believer who, because of his faith, steps out of the “comfort zone” and may encounter opposition and challenges from the enemy. If a person isn’t quite sure how to apply these scriptures in his life, then it may be because he hasn’t put…

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Never Mind Rwanda, Eat Vegetables!

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By Paul Homewood

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http://www.independent.ie/opinion/columnists/ian-odoherty/climate-change-or-starving-babies-so-what-bothers-you-more-30185132.html

It seems the Irish Independent is truly independent, unlike its British marxist sister version.

The UN has released its latest report into global warming or, as we’re now meant to call it, climate change.

And, like all UN reports, it should be treated with the same kind of scepticism and contempt that greets every utterance that is farted out of the bowels of that corrupt, counterproductive, bloated and profoundly dangerous organisation. One could quite easily make the argument that the United Nations is the single most pernicious and wickedly pointless body operating in the world right now – a vast, massive idiocractic bureaucracy that specialises in wasting money and time and accommodating lunatics. In fact, you could also say that the UN dropped any pretence of morality or relevance roughly 20 years ago, when they sat back and did nothing in Rwanda – a feat or…

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Gems 2014 — April 18 Scripture Selection: I Cor. 15:24-58

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Guest post by Jeanette Andrade

April 18 Scripture Selection: I Cor. 15:24-58

Food for Thought: I Cor. 15:31c, 58

“I die daily.” To the carnal minded, this expression sounds morbid or of something from a science-fiction novel. But really, it simply means to allow Christ to live through us and let the fleshly self “die,” all the while being immersed entirely in His love. It is to offer oneself wholly to the Lord and His service in order to reach as many as possible for Christ before it is too late. Very soon, the last trumpet will sound, and the dead in Christ shall be raised, and the believers will be taken up to be with Him. Then, our opportunity to see the lives of the lost transformed will be over for us, and their opportunity to actually receive by the Holy Spirit through us in person will end, as…

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Gems 2014 — April 18 Scripture Selection: I Cor. 15:24-58

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Guest post by Jeanette Andrade

April 18 Scripture Selection: I Cor. 15:24-58

Food for Thought: I Cor. 15:31c, 58

“I die daily.” To the carnal minded, this expression sounds morbid or of something from a science-fiction novel. But really, it simply means to allow Christ to live through us and let the fleshly self “die,” all the while being immersed entirely in His love. It is to offer oneself wholly to the Lord and His service in order to reach as many as possible for Christ before it is too late. Very soon, the last trumpet will sound, and the dead in Christ shall be raised, and the believers will be taken up to be with Him. Then, our opportunity to see the lives of the lost transformed will be over for us, and their opportunity to actually receive by the Holy Spirit through us in person will end, as…

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