Sivan Solomon

Sivan Solomon

Chittode,Erode Tamilnadu,India. / By the Grace of God I am Working as a Principal of S.D.A Matric school. Chittode.
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This post came with the text "gods words". If the point of choose life is to show "bcol llevecha" how does this answer to the question of Devarim 13? Are they gods words? Is it His nature at all to be limited to 3 options as stated?

This post came with the text "gods words". If the point of choose life is to show "bcol llevecha" how does this answer to the question of Devarim 13? Are they gods words? Is it His nature at all to be limited to 3 options as stated?

Paul Walker-I'm a Christian now...I go surfing and snowboarding and I'm always around nature. I look at everything and think, "Who couldn't believe there's a God? Is all this a mistake?" It just blows me away.

Paul Walker-I'm a Christian now...I go surfing and snowboarding and I'm always around nature. I look at everything and think, "Who couldn't believe there's a God? Is all this a mistake?" It just blows me away.

"We are told that it is perfectly legitimate for believers to suffer grief. Our Lord Himself was a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief... GRIEF IS A LEGITIMATE EMOTION, at times even a virtue, BUT THERE MUST BE NO PLACE IN THE SOUL FOR BITTERNESS." ~ R.C. Sproul

"We are told that it is perfectly legitimate for believers to suffer grief. Our Lord Himself was a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief... GRIEF IS A LEGITIMATE EMOTION, at times even a virtue, BUT THERE MUST BE NO PLACE IN THE SOUL FOR BITTERNESS." ~ R.C. Sproul

It's our natural tendency to justify ourselves in spite of the evidence. But we Christians should be different. We must lead the way in admitting our mistakes and confessing our sins.Click image and when it enlarges, click again to read this 1-minute devotion.

It's our natural tendency to justify ourselves in spite of the evidence. But we Christians should be different. We must lead the way in admitting our mistakes and confessing our sins.Click image and when it enlarges, click again to read this 1-minute devotion.