Quotes You Can Use (March 2, 2012)

“Jeremiah. . .experienced God’s word to be of great power, like a fire that scorches and like a hammer that breaks rocks. J.B. Phillips said somewhere that while he was doing his well-known trnslation of the New Testament, he often felt like an electrician working on the wiring of a house with the power on”–Dallas Willard, Hearing God: Developing a Conversational Relationship with God, 99.

“God wants to bring us beyond the point where we need signs to discern His guiding hand. Satan cannot counterfeit the peace of God or the love of God dwelling in us. When Christ’s abiding presence becomes our guide, then guidance becomes an almost unconscious response to the gentle moving of His Holy Spirit within us”–Bob Mumford, Take Another Look at Guidance: A Study of How God Guides, 140-141.

“And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come”–Jesus, Matthew 24:14. Satan must have this verse plastered all over the walls of hell. This verse is not good news for Satan.

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    “A life unexamined is a life not worth living.” Socrates

    You have brought me through so much, have you only prepared me to keep these life experiences to myself? Maybe the scales will fall; but they will only fall with Your empowerment!

    Is it true that …

    “The final language on the sign was Hebrew which is the Jewish language. Now the first word was Yehoshuah (Jesus). The first letter of that is the smallest letter in the Hebrew alphabet. It is the little yod, which looks like an apostrophe. (Hebrew is read from right to left.) Yehoshuah and according to the Bible it was “Jesus the Nazarene.” The next word was ha Nazarite. The next word would be “and,” which is what we call a wha. It is like a little line with a hook on top. The next one would be the king of Jews Hamelech Yudio. What you had on the cross reading from right to left in the first letter, are the four letters of the Tetragrammaton YHWH. YHWH is the covenant name of God in the Old Testament Hebrew which did not have vowels (today we know this as Yahweh). In John 19:19-22 the chief Priests wanted Pilate to take the sign down because the sign recognized Jesus as Yahweh or God.”

    Is it?


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