Posts Tagged ‘Again’

Right Thoughts.

The Difference.

Between the world and the Agious (Called out)!

The world thinks one way, while believers in the death and resurrection of Jesus desire to have right thoughts. The worldly mind in full of selfishness, I want, I will, I shall? It is all about I, me, myself?

But the born-again believers know where they have come from, where we are going and who we are. We desire to have the right way of thinking as we battle with darkness all around us appearing as light.

Psalm 51:10-13,  Proverbs 20:9,  Luke 1:47,  Ephesians 2:10,  James 5:19-20.

Patrick…

Born-Again Christian.

We know so much about this man mostly from the two books that he was able to write and have survived 1500 years to be re-printed many times. He tells us something of his life as a Roman Britain and his ignorance as a young man.

He tells us about his capture by Irish raiders and being sold into slavery, he goes on to tell us about the harshness of life before his conversion and after. An important area to mention in relation to the struggles of many believers today.

Patrick tells us about Celtic-Gael culture, his escape and his visions of needing to return to a people he would fall in love with. Patrick was indeed a great man, an even better believer, always emphasising the need of Salvation and personal repentance.

Patrick built five Christian centre and one missionary outreach centre, for those who would take the Gospel message to Cymru/Wales, Curnow/Cornwall, and Alba/Scotland.

Psalm 25:11,  John 3:15-17,  36,  Romans 11:5-6,  1 Corinthians 5:8-10,  Ephesians 2:7-8, 1 Timothy 1:15-16,  Hebrews 7:25,   1 John 5:11-12.

 

Forty Days. Part-Two.

Peter Restored.

Peter allow us to see how mercyful Jesus is to believers who keep failing and Peter was to fall again over dietry hypocrasy pointed out to him by the Apostle Paul. Peter fell into this sin, even though he had the vision of the sheet coming down and going up to Heaven.

This really shows us how fickle we all are to having the blessings and still loosing it at some point to some weakness that just keeps coming up again and again.

John 21:15-25,  Acts 10:13,  11:7.

Jesus Return. Part-Two.

‘You will see Me Again.’

Jesus told the religious men of His day who were sending Him to the cross, that they would see Him again in glory. This is a fact that we cannot escape, all of humanity will see Jesus at the end.

The bible tells us that men will hide under the rocks hoping for death, but we who are believers will instead be caught up in air to be with Him.

Matthew 26:64,  Mark 14:62,  1 Thessalonians 4:17,  Revelation 6:16.

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