Anyone can call themselves a “Christian”.
I read some posts Tuesday on LinkedIn from a man who wrote a series called “Gay Christianity: My Tsunami” The gist of the series conveyed this man’s change of heart from someone who adamantly denied a Christian could be gay, to someone who could accept a homosexual claiming to be a Christian.
The discussion drew a number of comments, including one from me. Members who commented focused their responses on
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One of my favorite verses in the Christmas story is this one:
. “And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and singing, ‘Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.’ ” Luke 2:13-14
In Revelation 5:11 John says, the angels around the throne started singing, and, “Their number was ten thousand times ten thousand.” I had to pull out
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So, you think God can’t use you.
You think God can’t use you because ________________?
What’s your excuse? You think God doesn’t want you to be
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In Part I we discovered that in many of Jesus’ encounters with people their conversation evoked tension. In the gospels some of His encounters are