Holy Bible

The people watched Jesus approach the afflicted man because they knew he would heal him. He always related to the people with the greatest needs.

When God commands us he enables us also.

Jesus’ family was concerned about him because he gave himself  to the crowds of people and hadn’t even eaten.

The Holy Spirit convicts sin and draws us to Jesus for repentance. The only sin that condemns us to hell is the rejection of the Holy Spirit and His work in our lives. (John 16:7-11, Matthew 12:31-32)

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To Be Continued Thursday, November 18th……………

1 Comment

Debbie J.

November 16, 2010 @ 12:11

Love your site and thanks for sharing your journey through scripture with us. I would only like to add that the only sin that condems us to hell is the REPEATED and CONTINUING rejection of the Holy Spirit. God thankfully is gracious and forgiving when we sincerely repent of our rejection of the Holy Spirit.

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