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Daily Devotion
Division Among The Churches
King James Bible Daily Devotion – Learning Scripture One Day At A Time Date: Wednesday, November 25, 2015 Chapters: 1 Corinthians 1-4 Message Title: Division Among The Churches Hello My Friend, The Book of 1 Corinthians is the forty-sixth book of the Bible, the seventh book of the New Testament, and contains sixteen chapters. The author of the book is Paul, and it was written to all believers, but directed to those in Corinth, he wrote it about 59AD. The purpose of the book was to address doctrinal problems that were brought to Paul's attention concerning a division between the Corinthian believers. What we are to learn from the book is that Jesus Christ, our risen Lord, indwells in every believer through the Holy Spirit. “Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God.” -1 Corinthians 2:12. Division, The act of dividing or separating into parts any entire body. Did you... (more)

i will follow
Verse But Ruth said, ‘Do not press me to leave you or to turn back from following you! Where you go, I will go; where you lodge, I will lodge; your people shall be my people, and your God my God.' Ruth 1:16 Voice The half-life of love is forever. Junot Díaz Prayer God, just as Ruth loved Naomi, may we love you and love our neighbors. Amen.

The Common Ills
Iraq snapshot
Iraq snapshot Monday, November 23, 2015. Chaos and violence continue, the US government announces more bombs dropped on Iraq, one service member who died in Iraq is identified while another is remembered by those who knew and loved him, Barack Obama apes John Kerry (not a good thing), and much more. Russell Hulstine (News On 6) reports on a memorial service planned for today to honor Master Sgt Joshua Wheeler who died in combat last month in Iraq, "The 39-year-old was killed October 22 when he and dozens of U.S. special operations troops and Iraqi forces raided a compound near the city of Kirkuk, freeing approximately 70 Iraqi prisoners." US Senator Jim Inhofe posted the following to his Facebook page: Profile Senator Jim Inhofe Government Official · 28,162 Likes · November 18 at 7:02am · Today at... (more)

Topicspot Is Here
Topicspot Is Here

Friedrich Nietzsche zog die Freiheit der Religion vor
Friedrich Nietzsche war der einzige grosse Denker, der keine blinde Gefolgschaft um sich scharte. Er blieb abseits und alleine. Alles, was er forderte, war, dass man ihm bloss zuhoert. Niemals forderte er Glauben oder Hingabe und unterscheidet sich hierin von vielen Religionsgruendern, die spirituelle Sklavenhalter waren. Friedrich Nietzsche irrte sich an vielen Punkten, aber er war sicherlich ein Mann, der die Freiheit liebte und die Individualitaet des anderen so sehr respektierte, dass er den anderen nicht dazu bekehrte, ein Nachfolger zu werden. Denn jemanden zur Nachfolge zu bekehren bedeutet, ihn zu zerstoeren, seine Authentizitaet zu blockieren, ihn zu einem Heuchler, zu einem spirituellen Sklaven zu machen. Und das haben alle Religionsgruender getan. Sie haben auf der ganzen Welt die spirituelle Sklaverei begruendet. Das zumindest hat Nietzsche nicht verbrochen. Er waere dazu faehig gewesen, weitaus faehiger als ein Jesus, Mohammed, Moses oder... (more)

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