"Oh the overwhelming, never-ending, reckless love of Crist . . ."
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The idea is that we must never confront or expose error if the person in question would risk being troubled by the process.
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"As he aged, he taught us how to grow with dignity, humor and kindness. When the good Lord finally called, how to meet Him with courage and with the joy of the promise of what lies ahead."
It's one thing when a recognized worship leader or teacher changes their views after years of reflection and goes public.Â It's another thing when a young Christian singer gives a weak answer during an interview.
Behind all his work on camera, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa loves Jesus.
On a trip to New Orleans, she tells her team, "Don't start with that... I don't want no spirits, no demons, no ghosts ... if it ain't God or Jesus, I don't want nothing to do with it."
"It's false. I don't even know how many genders there's supposed to be now, but there are only two that God made."
"Researchers believe it was used by the governor in day to day work, or belonged to one of his officials or someone in his court, who would use it to sign in his name."
It complained that "Sabrina" misappropriated its statue "Baphomet with Children" in a manner implying that it stood for evil, and that the depiction hurt its reputation. What?
"Boy, I got a long way! But God's grace is sufficient!"
"I think God is always pursuing us. It's up to us to really wake up and see the signs."
"It just kind of looked like we'd be headed into Mordor."
The researchers posited that the second face could be a depiction of John the Baptist.
"I sat there with tears in my eyes because these beautiful people get up daily and go to work in a governmental facility and think about people; you and me. They pray and seek God for wisdom for people. It all seemed beyond politics."
"Companies like cosmetics giant Sephora have attempted to capitalize on it, marketing a 'Starter Witch Kit' to consumers interested in dabbling in witchcraft."
"It was just the most surreal experience in my life. I think it's something I never would have thought I'd be doing. It's so incredible."
Stephanie says she "has no bitterness in her soul against anyone."
One Jewish mystic suggests alien—or demonic—activity. But what does the Bible say?
In the commercial, which first aired Tuesday, Dion declares, "Our children — they are not really our children, as we are all just links in a never-ending chain that is life."