This song really encourages me and I think it will encourage you too.
We all have days where we feel lost and lonely when nothing goes right
When we're hurting and broken but those are the moments that He holds us closest to His heart. He pours His love out over us and whispers His love songs to us.
jesus christ est notre seul sauveur, le seul qui donne la vie eternelle,
glore a toi mon dieu, gloire a toi jesus
Remplis chacun de tes enfants de ta présence seigneur !
Merci d'être là jai encore et encore besoin de toi dans ma vie !
Car je sais que toi à mes cotés je n'ai rien à craindre !
Je t'aime si fort mon Dieu.
How can people look at the amazing, perfect development of a child and say they are nothing but a mass of tissue until birth? It's horrifying how much people disregard their little lives before they've even had a chance to experience this world for their own. God loves the precious unborn, and so do I. President Obama, you are wrong. Stop protecting the killing of my generation. After all, your mother gave you a chance to live. How can you justify taking away someone else's?
You understood it wrong. If the baby is killed God calls it murder, and abortion is murder.
Exodus 21:22-25 "If men who are fighting hit a pregnant woman and she gives birth prematurelyc but there is no serious injury, the offender must be fined whatever the woman's husband demands and the court allows. 23 But if there is serious injury, you are to take life for life, 24 eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, 25 burn for burn, wound for wound, bruise for bruise."
how can you people say it's a mother choice to choose if their child die or live. there killing babies .
I love it..it is real interesting
From the page: "Finally, we must always remember that it was Jesus whose death on the cross resulted in the reaping of eternal life for us, and that it is faith in Jesus that will gain for us this eternal life. Ephesians 2:8-9 tells us, "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast." Therefore, we see that the concept of reincarnation and karma is incompatible with what the Bible teaches about life, death, and the sowing and reaping of eternal life."
From the page: "Will you accept His forgiveness today?"
From the page: "o not be deceived and deluded and misled; God will not allow Himself to be sneered at (scorned, disdained, or mocked by mere pretensions or professions, or by His precepts being set aside). [He inevitably deludes himself who attempts to delude God.]
â"Galatians 6:7(Amplified Bible)
In part one, we addressed the spirit of mockery by âoepretenseâ.
In part two, we will address mockery by profession, and setting aside Godâs precepts. To me, these are two of the most disturbing forms of sneering, and scorning (mocking) God; not to mention, outright dangerous. Mockery by profession and setting aside Godâs precepts are more prevalent among church leadership.
This type of mockery happens subtly because it is disguised through noble acts. It appears harmless and in order until leaders begin esteeming themselves with titles and positions. They credit their achievements and accomplishments to their own talents, abilities and capabilities. Like King Saul, they see themselves in a position of authority. They minimize God's authority and set aside His commands to accommodate their agenda (I Samuel 13:8-14).
Consequently, others become infatuated with them and fall prey to this deception and a pyramid of pride is in place with the church. The leaders become professional mockers. They thrive on the recognition and honor they receive from others. They make for themselves "mini thronesâ to sat upon. They seek out the weak and feebleminded followers who will bow down to them as Godâs man or woman. Even though their character and conduct do not line up with Godâs word, no one questions their lack of integrity. These leaders, mockers by profession, manipulate and control others for their own purposes. They abuse the vulnerable. They take advantage of the ignorance of others who are sincere about their Christian walk of faith, and are in desperate need of spiritual guidance and nurturing. They are âwolvesâ in sheep clothing. The truth of the matter, they have set aside God principles (precepts) and replaced them with their own. Moreover, they have the audacity to use scripture to justify their actions, arrogance and self-seeking motives.
What is even more discouraging and vexing is to see pastors by profession build bigger church buildings for their name's sake. More sadly, is that people flock there, to establish their identity with a name. Unfortunately, some attend these assemblies in search of spiritual fulfillment, only to be captured by the spirit of mockery. No, I am not against building churches, worship centers, etc. However, the motives for building are questionable. âoeBrick and mortarâ should not be the focus and basis for effective ministry.
Believing that a position of authority in the church entitles one to honor, prestige, privilege, and fanfare misleads many. (âoeHe that desires to become great among you shall be your servantâ, Mark 10:43, Matthew 20:26). Servanthood is the operating principle within the Kingdom of God. Jesus demonstrated this principle during His earthly ministry (John 13:1-16). Church leadership without a servant attitude hinders the fullness of Godâs anointing for effective ministry, which is manifested in spiritual breakthroughs and changed lives.
Many Christians become to easily discouraged when a âoespirit of mockeryâ creeps into the local church. Many of us who desire to please God at all cost become terribly vexed and angered by pretenders, mockers by profession and those who place Godâs principles on the back burners. At times, we question the mercy and grace of God. If we are not careful, we will become frustrated (weary and exhausted) because we are doing what is right while others or not. Yet, we must be careful not to consider ourselves as having it all together. Otherwise, we too become mockers of God (Galatians 6:3-4).
Recently, I came to the realization that mocking (sneering, scorning) God by pretense, profession and setting aside His principles is only for a season. Moreover, this passage of scripture reminds us of that; therefore, we are encouraged.
We must never forget that God is in control. We cannot be deceived and misled into believing that God will allow Himself to be scorned and mocked. He will have the last Word! Nevertheless, we are still commanded to love one another (John 15:12). We do not have the privilege of deciding another Christian is unworthy of our love and concern because of his behavior.
This understanding places upon us the responsibility of praying for those who are deceived into believing they are getting away with mocking God. Secondly, it becomes our responsibility to take a closer look at ourselvesâ"our motives, our work, rather than becoming self-righteous (Gal. 6:3-4).
This scripture also reveals another Kingdom principleâ"sowing and reaping. This principle is often applied to finances. Nevertheless, this is a basic principl
From the page: "Ga. 6:1, "Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such a one in the SPIRIT of MEEKNESS, considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted."
How many times have we had the urge to Lord it over someone fallen; to look at them in disgust, to shun their very presence, to talk behind their back, to refuse their service, to forget all the good they've done, to spit in their face and kick them when their down?
Those who receive people in meekness have learned a very special lesson. In the right place, at the right time, under the right circumstance - there is no sin we couldn't be tempted with. Only by the grace of God that it isn't me.
Where did we get the idea it couldn't happen to us? Don't we dare think ourselves any better (Ga. 6:3)!
If we weren't abandoned on a door step, raised in an orphanage or maybe even the ghettos; if we were raised with God fearing, loving, non-abusive parents who saw to it that we had the best education money could buy; if we've risen to places of prestige, prosperity, power, respect, and position ... how can we think we had something to do with it?
Sometimes, we forget where we came from and who brought us where we are (Ez. 16:21,22). If you ever find yourself in such a place - BEWARE, BEWARE, BEWARE!
"Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall," (Pr. 16:18).
Once we realize the full impact of it happening to us, not forgetting our beginning, we're more than willing to put ourselves in another's shoes, we're happy not to find offense (Ps 119:165) in their weakness (like we don't have any), meekness is no longer a chore, and we welcome restoring than as Jesus would've done (Ga. 6:2), as we hope someone would do for us (Mt. 7:12).
Caring more for their works than the needs of their soul isn't what the Apostle Paul was about (2 Co. 12:14). Reverting to legalism makes us the transgressor and frustrates God (Ga. 2:18,21).
"Be not deceived; God is not mocked; for whatever a man soweth that shall he also reap." So, choose to reap the best (Ga. 6:8, 16) ... or you might be next.
God takes it very personal how we treat His children."