Posts Tagged ‘choice’

Wickedness. Part-Two.

Avoiding the Light.

Many people today believe that they can avoid God, by not believing in Him or just ignoring Him! One day at the end of the ages, the bible tells us that we will all meet Him.

We may choose in this life a way to live, to either be good or bad?

But what ever way we choose now will determin our destiny to Eternal Damanation or Salvation.

Leviticus 19:31,  Psalm 94:8-11,  Hosea 7:2-3,   John 3:18-21.  8:12,  Romans 6:23,  Ephesians 2:1-4,  Revelation 14:13.

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Being Single. Part-Two.

Not when Married.

It would be wrong to think that when we are married we can try to be single, this would make the partnership of two break and that is not the will of God. God does not want to split couples up or to strain relationships, the problems of living our daily lives does enough of that already.

If you are single stay that way, unless you fall in love then you will have the condideration of getting married. With the Apostle Paul both are viable alternatives. So no matter which way you choose to go, you will still be doing the right thin.

1 Corinthians 7:11, 34.

Evil and Wickedness. Part-One.

We Choose.

Every human ever born and to be born will have the inherited defect of sin. It is part of our fallen state that we cannot escape, without the Salvation of Jesus. We have a great God, because he has allowed humanity to choose between doing right and wrong.

At the moment there is a term going around connected to a British TV series called Born Killers. The bible says’ that people are born sinners.’   Psalm 58:5.

It is up to us to choose wither we will be bad or good.  Genesis 8:21,  Proverbs 3:7,  Matthew 6:13.

Easter Story. Part-Two.

Jesus always knew that He was going to the cross/stake. It was His own choice to give up His life for us. He often told his disciples that he was going to die and on the third day rise from the dead, but they at the time did not understand what he meant. Luke 18:31-34, Matthew 20:17-19, Mark 10:31-34. After Jesus was arrested in the garden by the mob, he was passed from one group of men to another. Lies, false witnesses, were all placed against Him. He was humiliated, He was beaten, but He remained silent as a lamb is lead to the slaughter. Matthew 27:1-2, 11-14, John 18:37-19:16, Isaiah 53:3-5.

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