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The primary basis is Acts 28:11–31, part of which is quoted below: 11 After three months we set sail in a ship that had wintered in the island, a ship of Alexandria, with the twin gods as a figurehead. 12 Putting in at Syracuse, we stayed there for three days. 13 And from there we made a circuit and arrived at Rhegium. And after one day a south wind ...


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John's Gospel Chapter 1 tells us that in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. (v1) and that this Word became flesh and dwelt among us (v14). So Christians beleve the Birth of Christ entailed the Incarnation (becoming flesh) of God Himself as a human person. This, if true, was one of the most important things ever to ...


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Christmas isn't a birthday party. It is a feast day for the incarnation of the logos as mentioned in: John 1:14 NIV The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth. It could be celebrated on any day. The reasons the day in December ...


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As George Mueller, that great man of prayer and faith, observed long ago, the key to being in the "center" of God's will is to have no will of your own. By that he did not mean we should ask God to take away our decision-making ability! He meant simply when seeking God's will in, say, whom we should marry, that we put his will above ours. Putting slips of ...


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"human effort does not oppose God's grace" = TRUE, when the effort is a result of faith in God's grace. For instance, Paul the apostle repeatedly wrote about how hard he worked as a result of God's grace, that is, knowing that God would undertake for him. God graciously gives us gifts and empowers us to use them according to His will: Romans 12:6 ...



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