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Through My Bible In 3 Years
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Faith Related Q and A
» Good morning. Can you please tell me if your church baptizes in Jesus' name?
» Is it okay for a Christian to celebrate their 21st birthday with alcoholic beverages, provided they do so in moderation?
» I am going to a Christian Business Round Table tomorrow morning. The Topic for discussion is, "Lessons Learned When Trust is Broken & What it Takes to Rebuild." Attendance will be men of several different denominations. One gentleman is from India with a Hindu background and, I might add, seemingly a new Christian. I want to participate in this discussion from a WELS standpoint and am simply seeking a few good talking points whereas I may be able to respond appropriately during the conversation. Thank you in advance.
» Are people higher than the angels? I have always believed and been told that this is true as we are God's children and they are God's servants or messengers. My pastor disagreed, quoting psalms 8:5. I discussed this with my ELS family, including my sister, a former Christian day school teacher married to an ELS minister and she too believed we are higher than the angels. I have read 1 Corinthians 6:3 and other NT references and now I am confused.
» If the Sabbath was instituted in the Garden of Eden, and precedes the Mosaic Law, why don't modern Christians observe the Sabbath? I get why we would be freed from the Mosaic ordinances of the Sabbath, but why don't we consider the day especially sanctified (more so than a Sunday or Monday) if the Sabbath precedes the Mosaic Law?
Today's Devotion - Audio
» God’s Choice – January 16, 2019
» A Most Important Question – January 15, 2019
» The Voice in the Desert – January 14, 2019
» A Bad Day – January 13, 2019
» Who is Jesus – January 12, 2019
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