Many books do not use up words; many words do not use up thoughts. – Chinese Proverb
Who could possibly accuse a righteous and good man of attempted rape and sexual misconduct? Who, well it could only be a . . . .
The Reformation was based on the foundation of 2 principles — (1) Christ only and Christ above all, (2) Scripture only and Scripture above all human authority. – Adolph Saphir
This number is the beginning of a progression of numbers to a positive side, and it is the beginning of numbers to a negative side . . . . . it is at this number where the positive and negative meet . . .
Faith never means gullibility. The man who believes everything is as far from God as a man who refused to believe anything. –Tozer
. . . in this day of the newspaper, the telephone, the radio and television? (and I add to Tozer’s words, the hand held chains called smartphones) These modern playthings, like pet tiger cubs, have grown so large and dangerous that they threaten to devour us all. What was intended to be a blessing has become a positive curse. No spot is now safe from the world’s intrusion. - A. W. Tozer
What ‘the controllers’ cannot control . . .
The number 30 (3 x 10) represents or symbolizes the perfection of the Divine Order of God. For example, Christ was 30 when He began His ministry, David was 30 when he became King of Israel, and yet, this number is also tied to the purchase price of a slave, or a servant. In this, of course, we see the Perfect Servant in Christ Jesus, and through out the ages the phrase ’30 pieces of silver’ is linked to the betrayal of the Perfect Man, the Perfect Servant, and the Perfect Son.
The attempt to confuse and to shut down the narrative of tolerance/intolerance has been mainly to distract minds away from the truth in a simple word: discernment. We are taught, encouraged, and influenced not to discern truth.
The sum of what He was became the total of who He is. – Michael Haigh
How does the number 49 connect to the number 7, and to the number 50 in Scripture, and why?
How does Genesis 13:13 connect to Matthew, Chapter 13 and to Revelation, Chapter 13?
Don’t think there are no crocodiles because the water is calm. – Redneck Proverb