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  • Albert shared from Luke (The NIV Application Commentary) by Darrell L. Bock
    To teach that God loves sinners means evidencing that compassion in the ability to meet human needs.
    Note: Christian living 101 #fb
  • Albert shared from God Behaving Badly: Is the God of the Old Testament Angry, Sexist and Racist? by David T. Lamb
    I wonder if they have ever sat down and listened to someone who is a feminist, particularly one who decided she could no longer be a Christian because of what she read in her Bible about a God who seems sexist. The three quotes from Christians suggest that anyone who accuses the Bible of sexism is either ignorant or illogical. If I were a secular feminist, these statements by Christians would offend me.
    Note: Ignorance ought always to be offensive. #fb
  • Albert shared from God Behaving Badly: Is the God of the Old Testament Angry, Sexist and Racist? by David T. Lamb
    How does one reconcile the loving God of the Old Testament with the harsh God of the New Testament?When
    Note: Not a misprint ;) #fb
  • Albert shared from Stop Asking Jesus Into Your Heart: How to Know for Sure You Are Saved by J.D. Greear
    For those in Christ, this is the confidence we have before God. We don’t hope we are forgiven, we know it, because our standing before God has nothing to do with our worthiness, but the worthiness of the Advocate who now stands in our place.
    Note: If you're forgiven by God, it says NOTHING about your worth. Pls stop pretending it does. #fb
  • Albert shared from Stop Asking Jesus Into Your Heart: How to Know for Sure You Are Saved by J.D. Greear
    when you’re not assured of God’s love for you, your motivations for obedience will become corrupted. You’ll do good works in the hopes that God will approve of you because of them. This is not really love for God; it’s self-preservation.
    Note: The source of confidence in Christian living. #fb