Monday, February 28, 2011

On The Box

On The Box:
"You may have heard that our friends at Answers in Genesis have plans to build a life-size replica of Noah’s Ark. This is going to take a lot of work and cost a great deal of money, so I have an interesting suggestion on how to get it built. It may take a longer, but it will save a lot of money and hard work."

Doulos Iesou Christou

Doulos Iesou Christou: "I write this letter with a very heavy heart; but hopeful that the Lord will use it for His glory. While I do not expect this letter to be distributed to the congregation, I do hope and pray that the leadership of the church will take the time to read it."

Atheist Central -- Ray Comfort's Blog

Atheist Central -- Ray Comfort's Blog: "This is the second time I've asked this question and no answer. Even Name can't tell me why John the Baptist recognized Jesus as messiah when he baptized him and later had to send two of his disciples to ask Jesus if he was the messiah."

SpecOffer_FDLTAL.pdf (application/pdf Object)

SpecOffer_FDLTAL.pdf (application/pdf Object)
The Truth About Love

Harvest Daily Devotion for 2/28/2011: "Faulty Foundations"

Harvest Daily Devotion for 2/28/2011: "Faulty Foundations": "One reason people fall away from the faith is because they have built their faith on the wrong foundation. Sometimes we build our faith on a church. We become very passionate about our church and may even develop a my-church-is-better-than-your-church attitude. But there are a lot of great churches in the world. And we are all part of the church, not just a particular church."

Why is Jesus called the "Son of Man"? - Jesus - Christian foundations -

Why is Jesus called the "Son of Man"? - Jesus - Christian foundations - "Let me give a common understanding and then a more sophisticated historical understanding.

The common understanding is that 'Son of God' implies his deity—which it does—and that 'Son of Man' implies his humanity, which it does too"