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What Paul Did in the Storms of Life Is What We Also Need To Do'When we have little and have lost much, Christ comes and reveals himself as more valuable than what we have lost. And when we have much and are overflowing in abundance, Christ comes and he shows that he is far superior to everything we have.'08/19/2018 Meditate on God’s Word. It Connects Your Roots to His River of Living Water'Psalm 1:3 says the way it works is that when you go to the word and you see God and all his ways and works in faithfulness spread out there before you, it’s like sending your roots down into a stream, and life comes up and you’re shaped in your thinking and your feeling, and fruit comes out. And if it’s not coming out, you don’t pluck yourself up and start walking around going to the fruit store. You just say, “What’s wrong? There’s a river down there.”'08/19/2018 How Do We as Christians Respect Others but Also Reject Their False Beliefs?'Dear Pastor John, we Christians are a minority in a predominantly Buddhist country here. Bowing before a Buddhist priest with both hands folded is how the Buddhist clergy are greeted in our culture. Buddhists themselves will often bow face down before them. As Christians, some of us are uncomfortable with this. We haven’t found clear direction from Scripture here. Could you help us honor the Lord and his name in our land?'08/19/2018 Adrian Rogers: Can We Help Speed Jesus’ Second Coming?'But is there anything we can do to hasten it? Could Jesus’ return happen more quickly because of anything we might do? Listen to Peter again:
'"Therefore…what manner of persons ought you to be in holy conduct and godliness, looking for and hastening the coming of the day of God, because of which the heavens will be dissolved, being on fire, and the elements will melt with fervent heat?" 2 Peter 3:11-12.
'Is it possible? Can we hasten His return?'08/19/2018
Professor: Let’s Change Math Classes So They Honor ‘Other-Than-Human Persons’'She also encourages teachers to make students learn how others would arrive at incorrect test answers because it “encourages empathy for having assumed different mathematical assumptions” and advises that teachers “turn a rational issue into a moral one."
'She uses the example, 'regardless of what the data suggest or what has been done in the past, is this what we want to stand for?”'08/19/2018